Deserts as climate savers
One of the ideas is to plant deserts with trees and turn them into green land. Work is already underway in Egypt to establish large-scale reforestation in the desert. About 98 percent of Egypt consists of desert, there is settlement pressure and with the huge desert areas and the unused waste water as a nutrient this should succeed. More than 400 hectares have already been afforested and new settlements with up to one million people are already planned.
Also elsewhere deserts are to be planted in large style with trees. Seawater desalination plants are to be used for irrigation, the sun is an abundant source of energy. Huge solar plants could be built there to help desalinate water, and there are positive examples of success. For example, the Great Green Wall, Africa's green wall. The effects of climate change and the increasing devastation are to be stopped. In northern Algeria, a reforestation programme began as early as 1974, which to this day has experienced various forms of intensity and success.
Solar and wind energy are helping to halt climate change. Powerful batteries are needed to store this green energy. And these batteries need cobalt, among other things.
Companies that take care of the important supply of cobalt include First Cobalt and M2 Cobalt. First Cobalt - http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=299213 - operates the Iron Creek Cobalt Project in Idaho. In addition, the company owns the only approved cobalt refinery in North America, which is to be relaunched.
M2 Cobalt - http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298911 - is also involved in the development of cobalt projects that are not located in the Congo. M2 Cobalt's properties (licences over 2500 square kilometres) are located in Uganda, a country rich in minerals and politically unproblematic.
Current company information and press releases from First Cobalt (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/first-cobalt-corp/).
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