Chief Executive Officer, Climate Survival Solutions, Inc., PBC
Tim Loncarich has been an entrepreneur, researcher, and futurist since he was twelve years old and for the past forty years has been deeply immersed in sustainability issues and developing a framework for a new truly sustainable human civilization and culture which nurtures human evolution. He is the founder of the International Digital Monetary Council think tank and is a pioneer of the new field of geo-energetics. He is the founder and CEO of Bid Ocean, a film-maker, publisher and writer.
Chief Executive Officer, Climate Survival Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Brad is an entrepreneur with over 30 years of experience in the fields of computer graphics, electro-optics, supercomputers, retail technology, climate crisis science, and sustainability engineering. He is also the founder of the Sustainable Sikkim Initiative, a climate advocacy and educational outreach program. Mr. Reddersen has a B.S. in Physics, and M.S. in Optical Engineering and advanced education in computer science, climate science and electrical engineering. He is an inventor with over 30 U.S. patents, and is the author of papers in climate science, geopolitics, technology, and strategy. He has written extensively about the climate crisis, including The Sustainable Sikkim Guide to the Climate Crisis guidebook
Research Scholar, Climate Science
Matrika is a Climate Research Scholar currently in the PhD program at IIT Bombay, located in Mumbai, India. There she is pursuing studies in the fields of climate action and sustainable development goals. Her research interests are in Climate Justice, Energy, Environment and Systems Thinking. Besides her current IIT Program Ph.D. program activities, Ms. Ghimiray also holds the degrees of M.Tech in Energy Technology, from the National Institute of Technology in Hamirpur, H.P., India, and B.E. in Electrical Engineering, from Basaveshwar Engineering College in Karnataka, India, providing her with a comprehensive understanding of energy usage and its full climate impacts.
Senior Research Scientist, Algae Solutions
Dr. Simrat Kaur is a Senior Research Scientist specializing in applications of algae for everything from wastewater treatment to biofuel development, aquaponics, and more. Her background includes post-doctoral research at Le Mans Universite in France; as an Algae Scientist at Texasta, Inc., in Texas; as a Technical Manager and Microalgal biotechnologist at Algae Health, SME, Ireland; as a Research Scholar and Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO); and at India’s Ministry of Defence. She holds a Ph.D. in Botany & Plant Science, National University of Ireland. She holds a Ph.D. in Botany & Plant Science, National University of Ireland, M. Phil and M. Sc. in Botany from Delhi University, and a B.Sc. in Botany from Venkateswara College, Delhi University.
Fatema Diwan is a microbiologist. She has over ten years' background in advanced biological research, including extensive experience with microbial fermentation and molecular biology. Prior to joining the New Kalapa Tech Park and Climate Survival Solutions' engineering teams, she worked as a QC microbiologist in the medical device industry. She holds a Master's Degree in Industrial Microbiology.
Senior Systems Engineer
Ruchie Custan is a senior systems engineer supporting a variety of projects for the company. After graduation, Mr. Custan has worked with a variety of both large and small organizations which have provided him a wide range of skills. These range from microcontroller design, advanced sensor systems, and advanced environmental applications for sustainability and more. He is currently based in British Columbia, Canada.
Oscar Anchondo is an Architect graduated from the University of Sonora with 17 years of experience designing and executing projects from conceptualization to construction. He divides his time between Hermosillo, Mexico and Arizona. He holds a Masters in Architectural Visualization and has advanced 3D modeling and animation skills.
Sanjoli Johan Sha is responsible on behalf of Climate Survival Solutions for analyzing the impacts on urban habitats from changing socio-economic, sustainability and climate conditions, with the goal of recommending strategies to help humanity and nature alike to survive as the world changes around us. Her recent studies focused on planning actions for two major metropolitan areas; one was a coastal region in eastern India and another a major city in the southeastern United States. Prior to joining CSSI, she interned at the Observer Research Foundation, one of India’s largest think tanks, where she contributed to a monograph on the Hindu Kush Himalayas. Ms. Shah is currently also in her final year as an undergraduate student pursuing a B.Sc. in Geography from Amity University in Kolkata, India.