Food Security and Global Warming Solutions
Our Goal is simple – Match donors with scientists seeking to advance water conservation and 21st century agricultural science methods. The 500,000 acres that encompass the Kingdom will be the world’s largest greenfield project ever undertaken solely for the purpose of safely and efficiently improving agricultural production techniques by reducing growing times and water usage. In a nutshell, more food using much less water.
The Kingdom is committed to bringing all the pieces together that will unlock a better approach to growing healthy crops: the world’s best scientists, first class research center, long-term program funding and the best ideas. Our approach focuses on developing mechanical methods for terraforming the barren, dry desert into a high-yield, closed loop model for the future of food production. This new approach, using mechanical methods for improving the growing climate, will allow our path forward to be completely free of genetically modified plants.
As a nation, we pledge to provide unfettered monetary support and testing grounds needed for our best and brightest agricultural scientists to make significant advancements in agricultural production techniques.
By donating to the Kingdom Research Fund you are helping promote agricultural production methods that allow food production to occur in conventionally dry, desert climates with very little water usage. Unlocking this technology is extremely important as persistent drought has begun to plague traditional “bread basket” areas of the world.
By contributing to this effort, you bypass politics and the climate change debate that has slowed the world’s response to our changing weather patterns. The research conducted in North Sudan will serve as the world’s front-line defense against the climate variables that will negatively impact our ability to feed the population of Earth.
If we can master food production in the heart of the desert, using very little water, it will allow human beings to better prepare for increasing global temperatures and a drier planet. Your donation to this campaign is the first step in finding real solutions to our coming food crisis.
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- 14 Apr 2015