The Three Seas project, which was recently presented to legislators of the State Congress, is a Climate Management and Mitigation Strategy for the Colorado River Basin
The Three Seas project contemplates the Salton Sea lagoons, in California, Laguna Salada, and the Gulf of California, for which a Blue Economy Infrastructure for Environmental Restoration will be used.
For his part, Congressman Manuel Guerrero highlighted the importance of supporting projects that will bring benefits to the region, speaking of the two Californians, “They are looking for investors to achieve the project, obviously everything has to do with the volumes of water from the Colorado River. ¨
The Legislator pointed out that these binational projects have a great impact on our state: “We will present this project to Governor Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda, who could lead this initiative in the search to improve our ecosystem.”
The restoration of these three bodies of water creates an increase in the production of the water bank in the upper parts of the area. The atmospheric corridors move the evaporated water through the space of the Three Lagoons and this causes an increase in rainfall in winter. and summer.
This technological infrastructure seeks to restore the aquatic and recreational environment, Moderate the local and regional climate, replenish the water banks of the highlands, and reduce the risk of fires for the State of California, in this way Advances and makes more frequent and improve the “Arizona Monsoon”.
In addition, the experts established that these initiatives will help Mitigate the toxic dust of Ocotillo and the exposed beach of the Salton Sea, and expand the aquatic environments: Salton Sea, Laguna Salada, Delta Estuary of the Colorado River with a good quality of water sufficient to create and sustain large-scale commercial fisheries, generate multiple opportunities for large-scale seawater farming, and long-term regional Green Energy Industrialization using Multitech’s plastic-to-energy/fuel facilities.
Finally, Guerrero Luna established that this group has invested years in research on the subject and they are making it available to our state: if someone crystallizes this plan, it would change the habitat of Baja California,” he concluded.