This was began over on another forum but the response was so positive that I felt it should be shared here considering the seriousness of the situation. Australia: A long term solution Isaiah 35 Combined with the alternative solution to climate change proposed by New Mexico biologist Carl Cantrell. Israel already has the necessary technology...... Megascale Desalination The world’s largest and cheapest reverse-osmosis desalination plant is up and running in Israel. Australians seem to be in a situation where they can inspire the world to look at stabilization of the climate in a more practical manner which can fit nicely with the warning given back in 2014 by CIA economist Jim Rickards that there were then seven hundred and ten trillion dollars in the worldwide Derivatives markets and he frankly admitted that he feared a one hundred trillion dollar meltdown in those markets that could spread like a virus and set in motion another 1929, a Bear Market? FORGET IRAN, IRAQ, UKRAINE THIS IS WHERE WWIII STARTS... I live about a hundred miles from the Bay of Fundy and the Australians are in a position to play the role of the hero for the town of Truro (as well as for Anchorage Alaska that is facing a nearly identical situation, the residents of Truro, Moncton and Anchorage are perfectly set up to play the role of "Damsel in Distress)." "If average ocean levels rose by eight to ten cms (3 or 4 inches) could high tide... ... rise by one meter in the Isthmus of Chignecto in Nova Scotia, Canada? This question is logical because the geography of Canada's Bay of Fundy produces the world's highest tides. In my part of Nova Scotia in Guysborough County there is very little funnelling of tidal waters......... so high tide is only about one to one point five meters above low tide. In the eastern area of the Bay of Fundy high tide levels are up by ten to fifteen meters." Mega-scale desalination of ocean water in Australia, California, Israel, Jordan, Qatar, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia or in any other nation experiencing shortages of fresh water is really good news for the residents of the town of Truro, N. S., Canada, the City of Monton, New Brunswick, Canada as well as for Anchorage Alaska. Every cubic meter of ocean water desalinated and added to the water table of a nation experiencing water shortage is arguably the lowest cost long term solution to the threat posed by rising ocean levels that will likely be felt first along the Bay of Fundy as well as Anchorage, Alaska.