This is easy! When sea water is exposed to 1 atmosphere on vacuum it boils! So we have a cone anchored in the seas. Only 1m high. We have a chain of vacuum pumps.
We first raised up the sea water by 1m, then pump the water vapour in shore. All the salts are left in the cold brine, that sinks from the cone.
To be replaced by water sea water. We have sucked out desalinated water. That we pump inshore, to fill artifical lakes.
We then set up irrigation systems, to transport this water inshore. There si no limit to have often we can do this! So we irrigate the desserts, that then support massive plant growth!
We scatter Earth meshes, impregnated with seeds. And we plant seedling in soil balls – hat we extract from the sea bed, and wash in the fres hwater as it flows out of an estury.
We turn what is now arid desserts, nack into the lush rainforest it was in the Jurassic: at the Jurassic mass extinctions, these carbohydrates abducted into the deep Earth. The foremd the deep coal deposits around the Earth.
1 Cm(H2O)n+P+T+Tu->CmHn+nO Tu=turbulence
As geothermal water perculated through these, we got methane. And this polymerised into the hydrocarbons above.
So as we burn the fossil fuels, we get more plant growth
Animals eat plants, so all life on Earth is the result pf plants and bacteria do Molecular Nuclear Fusion: bacteria use turbulence in the deep seas, plants use UV liht dureing the day.
This has the nice effect, that nature caps free CO2 in the air at 2 parts per million – the static trace level since the little ice age ened. All the scientists who have published work about higher CO2 levels need to get the hell out of education, and seek help for an untreated metal health problem.
CO2 is static! Burning the fossil fuels returns the organic carbon from the mass extinctions, to ative life on Earth.
The Jurassic had 65% more active biology than today – most as rain forests over the land that is now dessert.
So we irrigate the desserts – and the great problem is the lack of organic carbon circulating throguh biology.