Forests need to burn. Fire is a critical ecosystem process and many species rely on the fires to create the habitat where they are able to find food and shelter. The issue at stake here is that modern fires are raging and too frequently so that it causing forests neither recover nor create the habitat that many plants and animals rely on.
This project captures and decomposes carbon dioxide at high-altitude and crystallizes it for storage. Whenever there is a forest fire occurs, a large amount of carbon dioxide will be produced, and this tower will be used for high-altitude carbon replenishment, and transport the crystallized carbon dioxide upwards, after being processed and transformed, and then transformed into cloud condensation nodules. It is used to generate rainfall to reduce the surface temperature. During the fire, it will continue to rain to provide time for ecological recovery. When the fire is over, the remaining crystallized carbon dioxide will be driven into the rock formations to strengthen the foundation strength of the rock pan, and through the transformation and implantation of the ground layer, the soil nutrients are also restored. Therefore, the existence of this project will greatly accelerate the speed and process of forest restoration.