Nicholas Eisenberger has over a decade of experience in the direct air capture industry. An early investor and long-time Senior Advisor to Global Thermostat, Mr. Eisenberger leads the Company’s efforts to develop emerging market opportunities around the world, engage with governments, and build a collaborative ecosystem of partners and stakeholders for deploying our solutions at scale. In the carbontech sector, Mr. Eisenberger led the effort to raise ~$100MM from a consortium of global energy companies and governments to launch the Carbon XPRIZE and founded the Circular Carbon Network with the XPRIZE Foundation to accelerate the flow of capital and commercial activity in the sector. He co-founded and serves as a director of the CREO Syndicate, a network of family office investors with several trillion dollars of accumulated wealth focused on opportunities in the clean economy, and chairs CREO ́s Carbon Removal Committee. He also founded and chairs the Direct Air Capture Coalition, which is focused on mobilizing society to accelerate the deployment of DAC solutions globally. Mr. Eisenberger serves on the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Direct Air Capture Advisory Council and the Carbon-to-Value Initiative’s Carbontech Leadership Council. Previously, Mr. Eisenberger served as Managing Partner of GreenOrder, which he and his partners established as one of the most influential sustainability strategy firms and sold in 2008. Additionally, Mr. Eisenberger was the CEO of Ecos Technologies, an online energy management company and a venture capital investor at Churchill Capital, one of the first dedicated cleantech funds. In the mid-1990s, he co-founded Mypoints.com, a pioneering public Internet marketing company that was purchased by United Airlines. Called one of the “Go-to-guys” in sustainable business by Fortune, he is widely recognized for his groundbreaking work with global companies such as GM, DuPont, HP, and GE, whose multi-billion dollar ecomagination initiative Mr. Eisenberger played a key role in guiding from its launch. Mr. Eisenberger holds honors degrees from Harvard College and Harvard Law School.