Beat Global Warming was established as a partner in the GEA@275 project, and is a nonprofit environmental organisation located in Kristiansand, Norway. By supporting us, you are involved in developing the GEA@275 technology, which could remove up to 20% of the world's annual CO2 emissions.
According to the latest IPCC report, we must reduce the world's annual emissions with 45% by 2030, to reach the 1,5°C (2,7 degrees Fahrenheit) goal set in the Paris Agreement. We can reach the set goal only if we use geoengineering to remove atmospheric Carbon dioxide (CO2), and drastically reduce the burning of fossil fuels. As you see the GEA@275 technology could really help us prevent global warming.
All partners in the GEA@275 Project believe that a technology such as GEA@275 should benefit the society, both in preventing global warming and financially. It is also utterly important that such a powerful technology is owned by a large pool of shareholders, to prevent anyone from fully controlling such an important and powerful technology. We have therefore established Beat Global Warming as one of the multiple shareholders in the business entity which will develop the GEA@275 technology. The commercial company will sell CO2 shares on the carbon market, and through dividends the organisation will be able to grow and support other beneficial environmental projects through a future fund.
In order to develop the technology we are seeking funds from all citizens and businesses interested in developing and testing the potential technology. We also need people's support and social licence to operate the GEA@275 carbon capture and storage technology. Everyone interested can show their support of developing the GEA@275 geoengineering technology, by joining the Beat Global Warming Movement.