Dr. Kenneth J. Klabunde is CEO of Climate Restoration Technologies, Inc., Omaha, Nebraska and the founder of NanoScale Corporation, Manhattan, Kansas. He is also a University Distinguished Professor (emeritus) in the Department of Chemistry at Kansas State University and was head of that department from 1979 - 1988. Dr. Klabunde is internationally recognized for his work in catalysis, nanoparticles, and destructive adsorbents. He has presented over 150 lectures in the U.S. and abroad, has published 500 scientific papers in these areas, and holds 20 related patents. In 1998, he was the recipient of the American Chemical Society’s Midwest Award for Outstanding Achievements in Chemistry. Dr. Klabunde has served on several editorial boards. He has published five books on nanotechnology, including Nanoscale Materials in Chemistry (2001, 2009), and Nanochemistry (2012). At NanoScale Corporation, he and his team worked in reactive nanoparticles and advanced materials. Current interests include atmospheric CO2 remediation, ocean fertilization, permafrost carbon and CH4 mitigation with a goal of climate and ocean pH restoration. Dr. Klabunde received his B.A. in Chemistry from Augustana College and his Ph.D. degree in Chemistry from the University of Iowa.