The discussion about threatening climate changes as a result of rising greenhouse gas emissions is a dominant topic of the day. Both in the media, in the economy and in politics, ideas and demands for immediate measures to reduce CO² are turning over. It is the absolutely necessary attempt to mitigate the ecological, economic and social consequences of the global warming that is already dramatically emerging today. Glaciers melt, drought Disasters and hurricanes destroy entire areas of the country. With the publication of the UN World Climate Report, the facts are clearly and transparently on the table. There is not much time left to take countermeasures. We are called to be even more determined, braver and more creative in tackling the challenge of climate change. GAIA HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT is making its contribution in Germany in the form of:
Alternative power generation
The GAIA HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT (GHEP) is also feasible in many other countries and will contribute to a significant reduction of greenhouse gases.
The central challenge for the future decades will be how man gets the environmental problems under control. With this in mind, projects focusing on sustainability, climate change and environmental protection as well as, in particular, ethical responsibility, come to the fore in addition to purely economic opportunities.
Polluting 65 million tons of CO2 the atmosphere,
If 26,000 hectares of tropical forest are destroyed,
Are 9.1 billion m³ of fresh water consumed,
Die over 70 species of animals and plants,
Are caught 25,300 tons of fish Decreases available farmland by 27,000ha.
The main components of the project are as a short overview as follows:
Is the displacement of soil from the ground surface by water, wind or gravity. Erosion mainly occurs where the vegetation cover is too low or absent, or where there is little aggregated or heavily compacted soil. In the end, the flora is destroyed and nothing grows anymore. As a result, protective measures must be taken. The erosion-related removal of soil material changes important soil functions on the affected areas. The only natural way to combat erosion is to plant a forest.
At the heart of GAIA HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT is the reforestation of nearly 50% of the area used by the Soviet troops in the territory of the former GDR of about 243,000 ha from a total of about 1,026 properties to reverse the enormous erosion of the soil and thus a functioning forest – and to develop agriculture. Afforestation of forests counteract erosion as the only natural measure. On the eroded and tired soils, afforestation is possible only with the use of Biohumin fertilizer, an effective soil improver. Biohumin is the nucleus of the project. Biohumene manufactured by Senol Ince, owner of Solwo Königspark GmbH, in Königswusterhausen, Berlin.
BIOHUMIN contains the soil-forming substance complexes from the essence of the mother earth and fulfills primarily the special task to reactivate the biological substance cycle
A forest provides useful functions, recreational functions and serves as a water protection. In addition to the oceans, the forest is considered the most important factor influencing the global climate. It is the only effective carbon dioxide lowering agent and at the same time the most important oxygen producer. With a share of 90%, forests are by far the largest biomass producers (around d 135 billion t / year) for alternative energy production. Sustainable forestry is the basis for active environmental protection and at the same time generates ecological and social benefits through emissions trading and the production and use of renewable energy energies.
GAIA HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT
Jatropha – a tree with great potential
The jatropha tree is considered by experts as a potential miracle tree in the search for sustainable, inexhaustible regenerative energy sources. They recognize in him an important alternative to fossil fuels. The Jatropha curcas, its botanical name, is a perennial oily shrub or small tree native to Central America. Meanwhile, it is also grown outside Central America, mainly in countries with a tropical climate. It produces seeds containing about 30-35% non-edible oil. The Jatropha is very resistant: it is drought-resistant and thrives in regions with an annual rainfall of only 300-1000 mm. It also requires significantly less water than the oil palm, which is considered to be a further important biogenic energy source, but whose cultivation method has recently come under international scrutiny because it contributes to the destruction of rainforests.
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