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Project Greenland was created to advance Global Water Security and reduce sea level rise by facilitating the capture of Greenland’s melting glacier water and transporting this pristine fresh water, earth's most precious resource, to water stressed regions around the world.

The Problem

The Largest Island in the World

Containing 10% of Earth's Freshwater

#1 Contributor to Sea Level Rise


Melting at Record Speed

532 Trillion Liters of Greenland glacier melt was lost in 2019

Enough to cover California with 4 feet or 1.25 meters of super premium Greenland freshwater

Global sea-level is expected to rise almost 5 feet by 2030

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Demand for Water is Growing

2.7 Billion People projected to live in water scarce areas by 2030


Current World Population Living in Water Scarce Areas


MENA Needs More Water

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) is the most water-scarce region in the world

6.3% of the global population

Only 1.4% of the world's freshwater



Greenland Freshwater Sourcing & Transfer 

Applications: Drinking, Humanitarian Relief, Industrial, Commercial, Agricultural, Hydropower, Energy


For People, Planet & Profit

Advance Global Water Security

Mitigate Rising Sea Levels

Grow Greenland's Economy


4,350 Billion Cubic Meters projected global demand for water in 2040

$1 invested in safe drinking water returns $3 - $34

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 6 & 13

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