World Wide Water Plan
Air to Water
Sean Gordon, President
of Air to Water with his son.
Contact Sean Gordon about Air to Water wholesale
application of using sustainable sources and low energy products to
provide water to the world.
include a 300 watt WATERMILL
which will arrive early in 2009!
We also offer gaming solutions for many of our clients which are isolated and could use some fun games or puzzles to pass the time. These games include jigsaw puzzles, bubble game, copter game and fun games. Make sure you play no longer than 2 hours a day, it is not recommended to spend that much time playing games in front of the computer.
homes in the city we offer a home Air to Water unit
which requires about 380 watts of electricity. The water itself has
no chlorine and no chemicals. It is the solution as water
has become our most precious commodity.
Greg Bates can handle your household Air to Water
What do we
use to clean the water?
Reverse osmosis (RO) , sound, and ultra violet light.
In the past the RO systems were huge like the one below.
Today, that exact technology has been modified and put into
a small black box like the one pictured above.
The result is our Air to Water Machine for clean water.
Air to Water and our Tree
With our technology we have the power to plant trees all over the
Reforestation Projects are
bound by the terms of the United Nations and The Kyoto Protocol to
offset the emissions different nations produce by planting trees in
areas designated as forests.
The Trees we plant reverses
part of the damage that is caused by our global emissions.
Each country is tracked and some countries that do not have the
capacity to plant in their own country such as Japan choose to plant
elsewhere such as Australia and even the United States.
However, the United States does not participate in the Kyoto
Protocol at this point. Through our sources and the media we
already know that the Obama Administration will comply with the
Kyoto Protocol in efforts to clean the Earth. Therefore, in
advance we are seeking land that may qualify as a potential forest
or tree farm for a UN / for profit lumber / for profit carbon credit
forest. Areas in the United States include the States of
Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana,
Mississippi, and Texas. In specific the most desired tree desire for
carbon credits is the Kiri Tree. More about the Kiri Tree can
be learned at the website
Nation requires the forests to meet a minimum of 1600 acres or 2.5
square miles to qualify for a UN forest under the Kyoto Protocol. If
you qualify for this project please contact
Rich Green at
Types of Trees
we plant for non profit and environmental protocols.
Almond, Coconut, Kiri, Paulownia, Mango, Maple, Orange, Olive, Pecan,
Pine, Redwood, Walnut
Blackberry, Blueberry, Broccoli, Corn, Flax, Hemp, Legumes, Milo,
Strawberry, Soy, Spinach, Wheat
For dry and desert like climates
has created sustainable solutions that have transformed
the desert into agricultural farm land. This
technology could greatly help both Africa and Australia.
"What makes this sustainable is that
is used to produce constant water.
I am the first idiot to put a solar panel
on top of a water dehumidifier the result could save the world
with both clean drinking water and hydrogen energy."
Says Chris Sanders about his transformed
acreage in south
east New Mexico using what he calls sustainable integration.
Moderate Climate and Lack of
Kyoto Reforestation & Carbon Credits
Amazon - Brazil
Australia - SW / NW
Bora Bora, Hawaii, Easter, Fiji, Marquesas
(Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii,
Mississippi, New Mexico, North Dakota, Montana, and Texas)
(over 1 million trees planted in 2007 & 2008)
Non Profit Groups (5O1C3) we sponsor and support
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