The Climate Protection Consortium is a not-for-profit, global climate stewardship.  We are custodians of the earth’s climate.  We execute recovery and maintenance tasks on behalf of the world’s people to achieve climate sustainability and predictability. The Consortium has jurisdictional authority and oversight in the Climate Red Zone by The Alliance of Nations.  With independence and autonomy, it will facilitate a long term climate recovery and stabilization strategy.

Our work is within the “Climate” Red Zone of Humanity, a complex system of safety and security levers and switches controlled by international and national laws, regulations, social policy, and technology, which must be carefully balanced and managed in order to prevent significant environmental impacts.  As a social, economic, and geopolitical framework, “The Consortium Concept” focuses on protecting the earth’s predictable climates, minimizing its effects on the environment and the risks to the continuity of humanity.

 For now, regardless of who or what is destabilizing our climate, we need laws, policy and climate regulating technology solutions developed into geo infrastructure immediately to bring back and regulate the climate. This must happen over a period of a few years, not over many decades or centuries. Anything overcapacity of this technology would be balanced with public policy and future innovation, providing at least a chance to regulate the climate. In addition, we may be required to maintain the climate for many decades with technology. If not, then we can simply convert this infrastructure into renewable energy capacity.


Essentially, the world’s nations delegate, or offload, their role (and reduce expenses) as a global climate facilitator to The Alliance of Nations, who then delegates this authority and responsibility to the Consortium. This stewardship assumes these responsibilities with no obligations, competing agendas, or conflicts of interests.  In this way, The Consortium, The Alliance, and the world’s people can influence national and international climate laws and policy to facilitate sometimes controversial but necessary climate tasks, leaving national agendas unchanged.

The Alliance’s dual role acts as both an insulator of the stewardship’s mission from external influence or obligation and as an aggregator of sovereignty authority, influence, and resources through the world’s states, nations and private sectors.