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Investing in Desert Greening - In this program, Hazel Henderson discusses with Dennis Bushnell, chief scientist, NASA Langley, and Carl Hodges, president, Seawater Foundation, all the opportunities to shift agriculture to desert regions and grow salt-loving plants, 10,000 varieties, with seawater and free daily photons from our Sun.
2008 Algae Biomass Summit Speakers â€“ Seattle, Washington - Oilgae Blog
DR. CARL N. HODGES
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS THE SEAWATER FOUNDATION Dr. Carl Hodges is the founder and chairman of The Seawater Foundation and an internationally known scientist and innovator. An atmospheric physicist and mathematician, Dr. Hodges' work can be seen in Seawater Farms Eritrea (SFE), an integrated agricultural and aquacultural farm in Africa. Critical to the success of the Eritrea project has been Dr. Hodges' experiences with controlled environmental agriculture in the Middle East and the Americas, the Land Pavilion at EPCOT Center at Walt Disney World in Florida, scientific consulting on Biosphere 2 and many corporate associations including Coca-Cola, Disney, Kraft Foods, W.R. Grace, Lufthansa, and Resorts International.
Biofuels that Save Water and Land | Circle of Blue WaterNews
Carl Hodges, an atmospheric scientists and founder of The Seawater Foundation, has pioneered a multi-stage form of agriculture called integrated seawater farming.
The goal is to use waste material from one crop as a productive input to grow something else. Hodges conducted his research in arid, coastal regions where high-quality land and freshwater supplies were limited. He piloted the program in Africa and has since launched a second farm in Mexico. Hodges, who could not be reached for comment, has been named a special advisor to the project. TAGS: Algae, Alternative propulsion, Andres Clarens, Aquatic ecology, Biofuel, Biofuels, biofuels_archives, Brett Walton Circle, Carl Hodges, Energy, Environment, Environmental engineering, Seawater Foundation, sewage treatment, Sewerage, solar_multimedia, SustainAbility, University of Virginia, Virginia, Wastewater, Water Pollution, wind_multimedia [...] Hodges conducted his research in arid, coastal regions where high-quality land and freshwater supplies were limited. He piloted the program in Africa and has since launched a second farm in Mexico. READ MORE [...]
Carl Hodges, Founder & Chairman, The Seawater Foundation
2010 Sarasota International Design Summit - Speakers
Dr. Carl Hodges
Carl N. Hodges is the Founding Director of the University of Arizona's Environmental Research Laboratory (ERL) (1967). Currently he is Chairman of the Seawater Foundation, a US 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to addressing ecological issues... Dr. Carl Hodges Seawater Foundation Carl N. Hodges is the Founding Director of the University of Arizona's Environmental Research Laboratory (ERL) (1967). Currently he is Chairman of the Seawater Foundation, a US 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to addressing ecological issues (including global warming) using Integrated Seawater Agriculture Systems (ISAS), and Co-Chairman of the for-profit company, Global Seawater, Inc. Carl has worked on projects to address the challenge of increasing atmospheric carbon since the late 1970s. That started with his associations at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, Colorado. Carl worked with Dr. Walter Orr Roberts on the preparation of the 1981 American Association for the Advancement of Science book, Climate's Impact on Food Supplies - Strategies and Technologies for Climate-Defensive Food Production.