Founded in 2009, Climeworks is on a mission to safeguard our planet and secure a livable future for generations by limiting global warming to 1.5°C, as outlined by the IPCC. To this end, Climeworks aims to help the world reach net-zero emissions by 2050. The company's inception traces back to the first day of university at ETH Zurich, where co-founders Jan and Christoph met.

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Management Team

Christoph Gebald Ph.D
Co-Founder, Co-Chief Executive Officer & Director
Jan Wurzbacher Ph.D
Co-Founder, Co-Chief Executive Officer & Director
Andreas Aepli
Chief Financial Officer
Douglas Chan
Chief Operating Officer
Dirk Nuber Ph.D
Chief Project Development Officer
Julie Gosalvez
Chief Marketing Officer
Christoph Beuttler
Chief Climate Policy Officer
Jan Huckfeldt
Chief Commercial Officer

Board Members

Alfred Gantner
Partners Group

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News Highlights

A Startup Battles Big Oil for the $1 Trillion Future of Carbon Cleanup

Most everyone who’s committed their career to solving the climate crisis comes to the field because they have something they want to save. It’s the mountains for Christoph Gebald, whose startup, Climeworks AG, is among the pioneers of sucking carbon dioxide from thin air.

Occidental and Climeworks big winners as Biden allocates billions for CO2 removal

The U.S. Department of Energy is investing up to $1.2 billion in giant vacuums that suck carbon out of the air in an effort to slow global warming. So-called direct air capture, or DAC, is an emerging technology that has not scaled up enough to make much of a difference in the fight against global warming. That may be about to change. The money from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will now help fund two DAC hub projects, one in Texas and one in Louisiana. They will eventually remove more carbon per year than all of the current projects combined.
Updated on: Jun 21, 2024


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