On a flight between Doha and Kuala Lumpur in 2013, a discussion ensued between a professor (in the field of petroleum engineering) from the UK and Sri, who shared his idea about the concept of water pipelines linking the rivers flowing into the ocean with arid desert lands to re-forest them, sequester the CO2 in the atmosphere and cool the planet. The professor’s parting words, “It’s a great idea, do something about it!” pushed Sri from talking about an idea to responsible action. And that is how the International Water Grid was born.
It’s been called many things from crazy to impossible. The challenge was to turn everything on its head to make it possible.
Today the International Water Grid stands as the most formidable project to address the Planet’s problems from Climate Change to Rainforest Protection to Plastic Pollution. It ticks all the boxes for the most impressive project that Mankind can undertake as a Global Community to give our future generations the kind of World that we enjoyed when we were growing up. The window for repair is closing faster than we think, and we have to act urgently and do it …
To bring the World together to jointly effect Climate Change and Repair our Planet through the building of large-scale water infrastructure to reforest the deserts
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Operating Officer (GCC)
Cities & Sustainability Advisor
Legal & Strategy Officer
Chief Information Officer
Communications & Multimedia
The International Water Grid (IWG) is a forward-thinking project that offers an immediate solution to global warming, whilst providing a sustainable and profitable transition for the oil and coal industries.
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
+603 8941 8118
+603 8941 8228