We use ecosystem-friendly technologies to mitigate the effects of global warming. Our materials can slow Arctic melt by increasing the reflectivity and reducing the melt rate of artic ice.

Our techniques have been developed through decades of engineering expertise and years of field research. We are an advance-stage non-profit research startup—we need your support to refine our deployment techniques. Please spread the word—like us on Facebook and if you can, donate.


"The cost of adaptation to sea level rise is estimated in the billions of dollars per year for many coastal cities; It could cost trillions after 2050"


Scientists alarmed by rapidly shrinking Arctic ice cap

"Some climate scientists are now warning that an ice-free summer Arctic Ocean could appear within a few years—more than a decade sooner than existing climate models have predicted"


Ice911's efforts to artificially boost polar ice formation (ship and crew not included).

"The data from a small-scale experiment show that water with the [Ice 911] additive freezes 1.45 times faster, lasts 1.77 times longer in sun and has a higher albedo than the control"


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SSV Entry

Ice911 has submitted an entry to SSV 2014.  The open voting is NOW and YOU can help us gain attention for our important work.

New website! What do you think?

Our website was redesigned with the help of a team of outstanding Stanford students in Prof. Kosnik's Global Entrepreneurship and Marketing class, as well as our social media Ice911 collaborators and our web designer. You can email comments here about the changes to the site.

Alaska trip imminent

We're off to Alaska this month, first stop Barrow. We'll seek and build collaborations and find the right experimental sites to start small-scale work in the Arctic.

Papers submitted for Fall AGU

Ice911 researchers have submitted abstracts for the Fall AGU, to add to the presentations already made to climate experts at the 2012 and 2013 Fall AGU meetings.

NASA conversations continue

Dr. Field made a presentation to NASA and guests on June 6, and our conversations continue.

Taking Ice911 to the classroom

Because education about climate change is critically important, Dr. Field is gearing up for teaching "Engineering and Climate Change" again at Stanford, and will also teach in a special High School program.


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