Dr. Noah Planavsky
Earth system sciencebio
Noah is an Associate Professor of Geochemistry of Earth & Planetary Sciences at Yale University and a co-founder of Lithos Carbon. His research, which has been published in leading journals including the Nature portfolio, focuses on the evolution of the atmosphere, carbon and metal cycling, and carbon removal through mineral weathering in marine and terrestrial environments.close
Previously, Noah completed a postdoc at CalTech and he holds degrees from University of California, Riverside (PhD) and Lawrence University (BA). Among other awards, he is a Clarke Medalist, a Packard Fellow, and a Kavli Fellow.
Dr. Jennifer Holm
Jennifer is a Research Scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, in the Climate and Ecosystem Sciences Division in Berkeley, California. Her main area of research is terrestrial ecosystem modeling. Within this area her research topics include forest disturbance and recovery processes, dynamic vegetation processes, climate model sensitivity and uncertainty, and understanding tropical forest response and natural carbon sinks to changing climates.close
Previously, Jennifer worked with the Smithsonian Institute, collaborated with many international organizations, and attended previous United Nation’s Conference of the Parties (COPs) as a climate carbon cycling scientist. She holds degrees from University of Virginia (PhD), University of Florida (MS), and Emory University (BS).
NBS & remote sensingbio
Nathan is a Senior Manager at SYSTEMIQ where he advises corporates on their Voluntary Carbon Market and Nature Based Solution strategies. He also works as a project manager in the ‘Regeneration’ and ‘Partnership for Forests’ initiatives where he is focused on scaling the financing and development of climate positive commodities across the tropics.close
Previously, following stints at NASA and the BBC, Nathan worked as the Head of Remote Sensing & GIS at Permian Global where he led the technical work on the Katingan Mentaya REDD+ project. He holds degrees from the University of Cambridge (MBA), UCL (MSc) and the University of Alabama at Birmingham (BSc).
Dr. Benedict Probst
Sustainability & technologybio
Ben is a Senior Researcher in Sustainability & Technology at ETH Zurich, and a Fellow at University of Cambridge. His research focuses on approaches to accelerate the transition toward a net-zero emissions economy and has been published in leading journals including the Nature portfolio.close
Previously, Ben spent several years working in low- and middle-income countries and he has advised governments and investors at Aurora Energy Research, the German Development Bank and the World Bank. He holds degrees from Cambridge (PhD, MPhil), LSE (MSc) and Rotterdam (BSc), and speaks four languages.