I've read this question already on sending water to the north pole, south pole and glaciers, and I thought I'd give it my own take and see how technically possible it could be.
As previously established by [a majority of the scientific community], sea levels and global temperatures continue to rise as result of climate change (and humans causing climate change.) Rising sea levels are not good news for islands or low-lying ground, and as such that is the basis for this question.
Let's say an extravagant inventor came up with a device/system that would perform the following actions:
- Energy is collected from wind and solar panels in the North and South poles.
- The electrical energy is used to pump sea water, filtered of the salt & other impurities, into small containers.
- The purified/filtered water is frozen in these containers with nitrogen.
- The frozen water is moved (possibly via robots/remote controlled vehicles), stacked and stored on land, which over time would build up the amount of water concentrated in the poles.
Apart from the cost factor (which would be significant), how practical could this solution be in reducing sea levels/the temperature increase from climate change?