Call for Climate Action Message from Mayday.Live

Roberto Guillermo Gomes , CEO of GSL Systems and temporary director of MayDay



Petteri Taalas, (Helsinki, Uusimaa Region, Finland). Secretary General of World Meteorological Organization



Roberta Boscolo, (Ginebra). Climate & Energy Leader at WMO | Climate Science & Policy Expert | Sustainable Energy Advocate | top 10 sustainability influencer | Likes & Shares do not entail endorsement Youssef Nassef (Cologne, Bonn and surroundings). Climate Adaptation Director - UNFCCC



Azita Valinia. (Greenbelt, Maryland, USA). Chief Scientist at NASA Engineering & Safety Center



David Green. (Washington, District of Columbia, USA). NASA Earth Science Strategist for Integrated Earth System Science; Network Advocacy for Geospatial Intelligence, Weather, Water and Climate - Expert in Disaster Risk Reduction and Wildfire Management Steven Yoon. (San Francisco ). Branch Chief at NASA Ames Research Center




Chelle Gentemann. (Santa Rosa, California, USA). NASA HQ Program Scientist Transform to Open Science (TOPS)



NASA PhD Economics PhD, Environmental Engineering  Committee on Climate Change
Bradley Doorn. (York, Pennsylvania, USA). Program Manager/Scientist at NASA




Zsuzsanna Tajti PhD (Brussels, Belgium) Climate, Sustainability, ESG & Credit Risk Management| Thought Leader| KPMG Advisor| GARP Volunteer| Risk Quantification, Policy & Regulation| Practical experience in the financial sector| PhD| CFA| FRM| PRM| CIA| SCR

Kumari Anandita (Ranchi District, Jharkhand, India) Ph.D Candidate




Chris Stark (London, England, United Kingdom). CEO at Committee on Climate Change




PhD, Environmental Engineering Directorate of Climate Change PhD Candidate in Microbiology Sustainability Data & Tech
Hiral Jariwala (Guelph, Ontario, Canada). Climate Change & Sustainability | Environmental Assessment | ESG | Carbon Sequestration | Decarbonization | Waste Management | OMAFRA HQP Scholar 2020 | PhD Candidate Environmental Engineering

Berna Yiğit (Türkiye). Environmental Engineer (PhD Candidate) - Directorate of Climate Change






Hila Hosseini (British Columbia, Canada). PhD Candidate in Microbiology



Faraz Khan MBE (Portugal). ESG, Sustainability Data & Tech I & visiting prof. of policy & Impact at University of St.Mary’s. Featured in BBC, Bloomberg, Thomson Reuters, Khaleej Times,The Guardian. Focus ESG,Sustainable & Climate financing

SDU Climate Cluster PHD in climate hazards Carbon and Circularity Advisor Wildlife Institute of India
Sebastian H. Mernild (Odense, Syddanmark Region, Denmark). Professor in Climate Change (PhD & DSc). Head of SDU Climate Cluster. IPCC Lead Author. D-IAS Chair.


Samira Koushki (Iran). PHD in climate hazards



Eilidh Forster (Banbury, England, United Kingdom). PhD Researcher | Forestry | Natural Capital | Life Cycle Assessment | Sustainability


Urjit Bhatt (Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India). PhD Student at Wildlife Institute of India



Ecosystem Restoration Sorbonne Universités Indian Institute of Technology Ethiopian Biodiversity Institute
Dr. Ghulam (Malik) Sarwar (Al Ula, Medina, Saudi Arabia). Ecosystem Restoration | Biodiversity | R&D I Wildlife Management | DNA Barcoding & Phylogenetic | Higher Education Management | Research Grants Management | Endowment Fund | Tech Transfer & IP | Planning and M&E Cassien NDIAYE (Paris, Île-de-France, France). PhD | Climate and Environmental scientist




Lakshmi Pathi Thulluru (Delhi, India). PhD scholar at The School of Environmental Science and Engineering (SESE), IIT Kharagpur



Demtew Etisa (Addis Ababa, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia). Associate Researcher at Ethiopian Biodiversity Institute




University of Southern Denmark Loughborough University University of Melbourne ANZ
Patrizia (Patricie Gragnaniová) Gragnani (Denmark). PhD candidate in Sustainability Management | Urban climate action



Saul Humphrey (Toft Monks, England, United Kingdom). Managing Partner of Saul D Humphrey LLP (Certified B Corp) | Professor at Anglia Ruskin University | Chair of Institute of Directors (Norfolk) | Chair of New Anglia LEP's Building Growth | Non Executive Director. Astrid M. Bernal R. (Carlton, Victoria, Australia). PhD Student- The University of Melbourne. Faculty of Law - Climate futures


Emma Tacken (Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand). Climate Change | Biodiversity | PhD



University of Waterloo University of Colorado Boulder IRD University of the Punjab
Pankaj Tewari, MBA, PhD (Toronto Area, Canada). PhD Fellow at University of Waterloo


Prakriti Sardana (Boulder, Colorado, United States). PhD Student at the University of Colorado Boulder


Jean-Marc Goudet (París). Postdoctoral researcher in mental health & climate change, MD PhD


Dr. Salman Tariq (Lahore District, Punjab, Pakistan). PhD | Atmospheric Scientist


Department of Environment  Bulgarian Academy of Sciences IVM Institute for Inviromental Parliament for Water
Dr Kimberly Camrass (Brisbane and surroundings). Director - Climate Positive Brisbane 2032 | Regenerative Futures PhD Mirosveta Petrova (Varna, Bulgaria). PhD, Climate Change Regime


Benedetta Sestito (Rome, Lazio, Italy). PhD Candidate


Baya Aissaoui (Foscari Venice). PhD Science and Management of Climate Change at Università Ca'​

University of Virginia Proyect Drawdown Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona York University
Matthew Chester (Orlando, Florida, United States). Energy, Utility, and Sustainability Expert-- Analysis, Research, & Writing


Tina Swanson (Paicines, California, United States). Environmental Science and Policy Professional



Romina Avila (Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain). PhD in Environmental Technologies | Bioremediation | Wastewater treatment | Natural Climate Solutions


David McRobert (Toronto, Ontario, Canada). At Environmental Lawyer, Professor, International Law at Fleming College, Former Professor, Environmental Law, York U., 1989-2010, SPRING Subject Matter Expert (SME)

Carbon Forestry World Food Programme University of Sussex NASA
Naveen V. (Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec, Canada). Forest carbon dynamics modeling | Silviculture and Agroforestry | Remote Sensing and GIS - Forest Resources and Ecosystem Analysis | Spatial ecology | Carbon Forestry Mark Arango Owidhi (Kenya). Consultant | PhD Candidate| Meteorologist | Climate Change Specialist | Expert Reviewer (IPCC)


Marie Hudon, SIPC. (Canada). Analyste développement de marché et prospective stratégique, MSc. Sustainable Development Candidate


Om Daxini. (Bengaluru, Karnataka, India). NASA Citizen Scientist | RVSAT-1 | Student at RVCE


Argentine Naval Hydrographic  Zanjan University Università di Bologna ZHAW Life Science
Sandra Barreira (Buenos Aires, Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina). Director of Research at Argentine Navy Hydrographic Service -Argentine Navy Meteorological Service Robab Razmi (Iran). Phd / climate change


Ilaria Palmas. (Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy). Associate Consultant @Veeva Systems | MSc Digital Transformation Management @University of Bologna Ragini Hüsch. (Wadenswil, Zurich, Switzerland). Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin bei ZHAW Life Sciences und Facility Management

Southern Methodist University NASA IRD University of Texas
Rose C Jones, Ph.D. (Dallas-Fort Worth, USA). Research & Strategy in Urban Green Health Sadiq Ali (Bengaluru, Karnataka, India). Team AeroAstro || Nasa Citizen Scientist || Ambassador at the ISS National Laboratory || SOLIDWORKS User Group Leader Federica Maggioni (Nouméa, New Caledonia). PhD in Marine Biology & Ecology | Looking for post-doctoral position or collaborations. Zong-Liang Yang. (Austin, Texas, USA). Professor and Jackson Chair at The University of Texas at Austin


Australian National University NASA Physics World University of Maryland
Sue Barrell AO FTSE. (Melbourne). Science leader, independent chair, director, mentor



Ingrid Garcia-Solera. (Norfolk, Virginia, USA). Data Scientist at NASA Langley Research Center



Chaneil James, MSc. (London, United Kingdom) Sustainability, Earth Systems, and Space Scientist | Scientific Journalist | STEAM Outreach and Communication | MSc in Astrophysics, Particle Physics, and Cosmology | BSc in Earth Sciences George Hurtt. (College Park, Maryland, USA). Professor & Associate Chair



University of East Anglia Proyect Drawdown California Institute Suborbital Scientist
Heike Schroeder. (Norwich Area, United Kingdom). Professor of Environmental Governance at University of East Anglia Aiyana Bodi (Brooklyn, New York, United States). Senior Associate, Drawdown Labs at Project Drawdown


Sassan Saatchi. (Pasadena, California, USA). Senior Research Scientist at GlobalCarbon Cycle and Ecosystem at Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology Hady Milani. (Milan, Lombardy, Italy). Space Advocate | Forbes 30 under30 | Suborbital Scientist Astronaut Candidate | Space Artist

Droit de l'environnement Energy and Environmental FEUP IAEA
Soumia GUENNOUN. (Préfecture de Fès, Fez, Morocco). Enseignante-Chercheuse en Droit - PhD en Droit de l'environnement Katerina Chatzichronoglou. (Athens, Greece). M.Sc. in Energy and Environmental Law and Policy


Ana Alexandra Pereira. (Porto, Portugal). Legionella and Biofilms in Engineered Water Systems || Science & Industry || Postdoctoral Researcher @ LEPABE/ ALiCE/ FEUP Zaman Mohammad. (Vienna, Austria). Soil Scientist/ Plant Nutritionist at International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)


Unitar Scycle WMO National University of Kyiv Climate change
Kees Baldé. (Rotterdam, South Holland, Netherlands). Senior Scientific Specialist at UNITAR SCYCLE (previously hosted by United Nations University) Maria Kosonen. (Geneva, Switzerland). JPO, Hydrology, Water, and Cryosphere, WMO


Maria Pokormiako. (Boryspil, Kiev, Ukraine). Студент(ка) в уч. заведении Institute of International Relations Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv Gokul Vishwanathan. (New Zealand). Doctoral Candidate || Extreme weather events and climate change

 SDG 13 Ambassador Ste Holdings North Caroline State University MDPI
Hildah Kirimi (Nairobi, Kenya). Veterinary Medicine Surgeon | Project Mananger| Climate Change Ambassador |Wildlife |Environmental Conservation | SDG 13 Ambassador Dr. R. Paul Williamson (Westminster) Managing Partner. VP Sustainable Energy. /(833) 767-5280 EXT 3


Michelle Cipullo. (Denver, Colorado, USA). Atmospheric Scientist



Giulia Stefenelli (Zurich, Switzerland). PhD in Atmospheric Science - Project Management - Scientific communication - Chair of Scientific Officers Board MDPI AG

Robert Gordon University Texas University JIRCAS Lead City University

Peter Strachan. (Aberdeen, Scotland). Professor of Energy Policy, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen Business School, Scotland



Jennifer Fogarty. (Houston, Texas, USA). Chief Scientist



Guntur Subbarao. (Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan). Senior Scientist at JIRCAS



Alao Eric (Abuja, Nigeria).Adjunct Professor at Lead City University/ Climate Change Solution provider/Agribusiness Consultant/Project Manager/BDSP

University of Sargodha Climate Alpha NASA University of Kent
Fazal Ur Rehman. (Islamabad, Pakistan). Master in Analytical Chemistry || Research and Development || H P L C || FTIR || FTNIR || Atomic Absorption || Analysis and resolving methods || Assessments, Policy Advocacy Michael Ferrari. (New York, USA).      Chief Scientific Officer & Chief Commercial Officer at Climate Alpha



Simone Lolli. (Florence, Tuscany, Italy). Senior Scientist at National Research Council (CNR) and NASA MPLNET Science Team at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center


Manya Russo. (Msida, Malta). Conservation Practitioner & Project Manager



NASA NASA Lund University The University of Queensland
Carmen Blackwood. (Los Ángeles ). Earth Scientist at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory


Sylvain Costes. (Richmond, California, USA). Biosciences Research Branch Chief at NASA Ames Research Center


Ase Johannessen (The Hague, South Holland, Netherlands). Senior Researcher/advisor, Deltares


Harvey Ruan, ACCA (Brisbane and surroundings). PhD Scholar in Accounting at UQSustainability Accounting ResearcherACCA Member

Bangor University United Arab Emirates University University pof Adelaide AWorld
Nia Jones (United Kingdom). PhD Student modelling microplastic dispersal | Research Officer in Coastal Modelling Aïssata B. Hassane (Sweden). Hydrogeologist, PhD


Vittoria Cipriani (Australia). PHD candidate at University of Adelaide


Laura Basconi (Milan and surroundings). PhD in Climate Change, Ecologist

PhD in climate change Kenyatta University Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan University of Tehran
Soma Zandkarimi (Iran). PhD in climate change


Gordon Ocholla, PhD (Nairobi County, Kenya). Academic & Policy Analyst II Green & Circular Economy II WASH & Climate Change Mobility II Environmental Risk Assessment Prof. Ikramullah Khan, PhD (UQ) and Post Docs (UAE and China) (Pakistan). Professor of Plant Ecology/Climate Change at Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan-Pakistan; President, Pakistan Ecological Society (PES) Fatemeh Sadat Alavipoor (Tehran, Iran). PhD, University of Tehran



University of Florida Asian Institute of Technology Youth4Ocean Forum National Open University of Nigeria
Robert (Bob) Dickinson (Tampa Bay Area). Storm Sewer Flood Modeler with 50+yrs SWMM & 25+yrs SWMM5. Autodesk (2.75 yrs), Innovyze (17 yrs). TechX Autodesk Ambassador Finalist. Autodesk Technologist for ICM SWMM. TAC for CIMM.ORG, #SWMM5 #cancersurvivor Yunghsin Lin (Pathum Thani Province, Thailand). Sustainability consultant & PhD candidate in Urban Environmental Management



Carlotta Santolini (Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, Italy). PhD in Climate Change and Sustainable Development | Mariscadoras Co-Founder



Otoh (Dayo) Umoren (Nigeria). Teaching and Research




TUBITAK MARMARA SMHI International Scientific Committee The University of Edinburgh
Tuğba Çelebioğlu (Istanbul, Türkiye). PhD Candidate/Environmental Engineer



Christophe Sturm (Norrkoping, Ostergotland Province, Sweden). (PhD) Researcher in hydro-climatology



Mei Ting Phang (Singapore). Environmentalist with Passion and Love Paulina Gonzalez Martinez (Edinburgh and surroundings). Researcher | PhD candidate | Energy | Labour | Climate Change and Gender | Project Management |

Proyect Drawdown Scripps Institution of Oceanography Université de Dakar (UCAD) University of Hong Kong
Yusuf Jameel, PhD (Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States). Scientist | Research, Data Analysis, Project Management | I conduct frontline research on climate solutions and decarbonization strategies Amira Saidi (San Diego, California, United States). PhD Researcher in Climate Change at Ca'Foscari University


Dr. Sémou NDAO (Senegal). PhD, Atmosphere physics, Climate and Climate Impact



Ying Lung Liu (Kensington, New South Wales, Australia). PhD in Climate Science (UNSW)



C-Circle Research NASA Goethe-Universität Frankfurt  University of Western Australia
Chimeremogor May Ohajinwa, PhD, MPH (The Hague, South Holland, Netherlands). PhD Environmental Sciences - e-Waste Management | Recycling | Risk Assessment | Public Health | Sustainability Tom Cwik (La Cañada Flintridge, California, United States). Chief Technologist at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Mostafa Hamouda (Germany). PhD in Climate Science



Nicole Hodgson (Australia). PhD candidate, Environmental Humanities, University of Western Australia


University of Queensland      
Alice Twomey (Australia). Postdoctoral Research Fellow, PhD, RPEQ      

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Dear reader friend: We are raising funds for the most important Global Warming and Global Solidarity Research and Action objectives in the world. We lack sufficient resources to activate our development programs. All data will be published free of charge on the Internet for everyone to access, learn and reflect on. To function we depend on individual donations, which on average are around 20 dollars per person. If everyone reading this message contributed to the cost of a coffee, we would raise the necessary funds. If Gaia Team is useful to you, take a moment so that the core objectives can be realized. Help us change the world. The second initiative consists of the Green Solidarity Fund Request of 2% of world GDP, annually, to end hunger, overpopulation and global warming. If together we get the presidents of the planet to sign it, we will be closer to peace and we will live in balance with nature. And the third objective is to activate the MegaStore portal, making Automatic Compassion possible, where all users can make purchases with a card and at no extra cost, make donations to organizations such as UNICEF.

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For investors and philanthropies
Capital must quickly move away from carbon-intensive activities and toward climate solutions if humanity is to survive accelerating global warming and slow it down in time.

We propose concrete carbon reduction policies and finance strategies, convening leading climate investors and philanthropists for immediate global effective action.

Through the international divisions of SpaceArch.Solutions, we develop sustainable projects on a planetary scale, modularly adjustable to each city, and through Greeninterbanks, a strategic alliance of environmental banks from around the world, we accelerate financing flows towards feasible and profitable projects.







For corporate decision makers
Due to the present acceleration of the climatic anomaly, we have a few months left (data to be confirmed by our scientific team) to try to stop it by activating the SCOPEX Project. Through the Gaia Team Initiative we are calling multinationals, social, political, financial power and NGOs to urgent climate action.

We must all unite and together save our planet, neutralizing in time the catastrophes that are fast approaching towards our future horizon. We must act in a cooperative, coordinated, synchronized and supportive manner to succeed in this vital objective for our survival.

The financial sector accumulates between 50 and 75 trillion dollars worldwide. We need only 2 to 3 trillion per year to end hunger, extreme poverty and global warming. What are we waiting for?




Catastrophic sequence
In January 2024 the cracking of the Thwaites Glacier will begin. It will thaw out completely between 2025/2027. 

In this period begins the phase of accelerated melting of the Arctic permafrost and the glaciers of Antarctica and Greenland. 

2028 The release of clathrates on the ESAS platform in Siberia begins. By 2030, the North Pole will thaw completely and the waters of the Arctic will warm. The activation of the “clatatros rifle” begins. 2031/33 begins the release of methane and carbon stocks in all oceans. 2035 maximum peak of the greenhouse effect.

Planet Earth is left uninhabitable with a surface temperature of 100º C due to the greenhouse effect of intense evaporation of seawater.

Can this happen? We do not know exactly, we have insufficient data. A maximum multidisciplinary and global scientific effort is required to be able to predict the complex interactions acting in the climate anomaly. And you have to do it immediately. Time is up.



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We work to save the children of the planet and stop Global Warming. We have five years to be able to do it before breaking the threshold of 1.5 to 1.8º C according to the WMO. 

Under these conditions, intercontinental structural droughts can occur and this can cause hundreds or billions of people to die of hunger. We are acting in time to avoid it.

The report from the scientific group of the Gaia Team
is urgent to determine the next critical threshold of the climatic anomaly, to know what we are facing, how much time we have left and how we must organize ourselves to cushion its effects.

We invite all companies of good will to join us in our mission. We know what to do and how to do it.

We work to proactively raise awareness about climate justice and seek means of active financing for sustainable development in all areas under community control.

We lead a global movement of diverse people, companies and communities, committed to climate justice and fighting for a sustainable world in the shortest possible time.

The oppressive global inequality due to climate change and the unequal distribution of wealth are negatively impacting the middle and lower strata of our world societies, ecosystems are deteriorating rapidly. It is urgent to act immediately.

To solve global problems, global financing is needed, we are working to redirect the necessary resources to attend to the great scourges that plague humanity in the present: hunger, extreme poverty and global warming.

We raise funds through global e-commerce and donations.

If you are interested in volunteering with us, sharing an idea or partnering with us, please contact us





WHO WE ARE.- The Gaia Team within MasterEarth to save the Planet is an initiative of Global Solidarity, through a strategic alliance with Quantum Investment Bank, environmental banks and investment funds.

We are working to unite and coordinate efforts with international environmental banks, founding Green Interbanks, whose mission is to facilitate financing for sustainable projects with a positive return around the world, providing support to the Drawdown Project, the international green card: Forest Card, to raise funds for the planting of 30 billion trees per year to capture CO2, to the Delta System to replace individual vehicles in every city, to speed up the commissioning of fusion reactors, and to cutting-edge geothermal technology to generate abundant cheap electricity, to replace thermoelectric plants that run on hydrocarbons, as well as other priority high-scale projects to stop the acceleration of the climate anomaly.

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We work to save the children of the planet and stop Global Warming. We have five years to be able to do it before breaking the threshold of 
1.5 to 1.8º C according to the WMO. Under these conditions, intercontinental structural droughts can occur and this can cause hundreds or billions of people to die of hunger. We are acting in time to avoid it. We invite all companies of good will to join us in our mission. We know what to do and how to do it.

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