The Arctic’s most reflective, protective layer, called multiyear ice, has melted with shocking speed over the last few decades from global warming. We believe we can make a difference by slowing or stopping the melt. Years of field tests conducted by our research team indicate that our ice-aid materials significantly reduce the rate of melting. By increasing the reflectivity of ice with eco-friendly materials, we hope to restore the Earth’s natural heat shield in the Arctic, rebuild polar habitat, and help stabilize global climate. Like zinc oxide on a lifeguard’s nose, our materials reflect heat, keeping things cooler and reducing short- and long-term damage. This buys the world time to implement long-term measures to keep our planet habitable.