About GT

About GT

Global Thermostat (GT) offers low-cost solutions to capture CO2 promoting sustainable and harmonious use of the earth's resources. It utilizes low-cost process heat left over in a range of industrial activities to capture carbon from air.

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The GT Solution

Our pilot plant at SRI International in Menlo Park, CA (pictured above), is fully operational and currently capturing carbon from the earth's atmosphere. GT offers a carbon negative technology that reduces more carbon than is generated in producing electricity.

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About Air Capture

Air capture is different from other forms of carbon capture in that it extracts CO2 directly from the atmosphere. Other carbon capture technologies typically extract CO2 from flue gases.

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Founders

The founders Peter Eisenberger and Graciela Chichilnisky are world renowned experts in global environmental issues. Dr. Chichilnisky created the Kyoto Protocol’s carbon market and Dr. Eisenberger founded the Earth Institute at Columbia University.

New GT Pilot Plant at SRI

Our pilot plant at SRI International in Menlo Park, CA, is fully operational. If you are interested in an institutional partnership with GT, and wish to tour this facility, please contact us.

Graciela Chichilnisky in Time Magazine: Heroes of the Environment Edition



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Carbon Negative Technology in the News

Presentations from the ISEEE 2014 Spring Meeting in New York

How to Profit from CO2 Emissions – Global Thermostat in Scientific American

Graciela Chichilnisky’s Keynote Presentation at the Euromoney Conference

Geoengineering our climate?

International Seminar on Green Economics: The Road to a Balanced and Healthy Economy

Graciela Chichilnisky to Participate in the Women and the Work World Roundtable

ISEEE Spring 2014 Meeting of International Stock Exchange Executives Emereti, Inc.