Our northstar mission is to remove 1 billion tons of carbon dioxide.
In the process, we’re decarbonising energy and soil inputs. For each ton of removed , we estimate at least a double amount of emissions are limited through emission reduction in soil inputs, replacing heavy emitting construction materials and providing clean energy.
Urgently reducing is of utmost importance, but today not enough to prevent global temperature rises – in addition, we need carbon dioxide to be removed from the atmosphere with natural and hybrid-technological solutions. Most methods of carbon removal are limited by their technological scalability. At Carbo Culture, we have leveraged natural processes with advanced engineering to create a rapidly scalable solution.
Our founders joined forces in 2013 at Singularity University at the NASA Ames Research Centre, where they began to develop a novel carbon removal solution based on a decade of academic research. The company got started in 2018 with initial funding and the R1 reactor prototype assembly. We are also proud alumni of Stanford’s founder community StartX batch SS 2019 and since then, our team has grown into a highly motivated group of engineers, climate experts and change makers. With decades of combined experience, our experts and industry veterans are working together to achieve our mission.
CEO & Co-Founder
CTO & Co-Founder
New York, US
Head of Operations
Head of Project Finance
Head of Product
Head of Biochar Commercialisation
Head of Legal
Head of Carbon Markets and Policy
Senior Process Engineer
Jessi Osorio Velasco
Thermochemical Process Engineer
Siddhartha Gadiraju PhD
Head of Research and Development
Chief Mechanical Engineer
Business Development Lead
Talent Acquisition Lead
R&D Site Manager
Chief Automation Engineer
Special Projects Lead
Product Marketing Lead
Product Development Lead
Financial strategy advisor
Bioprocess development & commercialisation advisor
Partners and collaborators
We are excited to work with industry pioneers in scaling our technology, developing new biochar applications and decarbonising the energy sector.