To find new, massive undiscovered technologies that will help prevent catastrophic climate change. We have a burning desire to provide companies with the major solutions they don’t yet have.
At HCS we want to find, select and develop the most promising climate solutions, so that industrial companies can implement them at world-scale. We will continue this until we achieve at least 1 billion tonnes per year of CO2 removal, as emissions reductions or sequestration.
Who We Are
Herculean Climate Solutions was established by Steve Willis and Jerry Joynson. We are both Chemical Engineers with collectively more than 60 years of success in technical and innovative environments within large industrial organisations. We have a passion for finding solutions to big problems – and nothing seems greater than the challenge of solving the global climate crisis.
Rather than just talking about the challenge, we are determined to do something about it. The whole ethos of our enterprise is connecting people and organisations together to find and implement viable solutions to the climate crisis.
Herculean Climate Solutions is a Social Enterprise in support of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The climate crisis will not be solved in one or two massive steps. It will require multiple improvements over many years to achieve success. We are taking the first steps on that journey, identifying contributors, solutions and organisations to implement effective solutions.
Please join us on this journey.
If you are reading through our website, then you will be concerned with the environment, and may want to help do something about it. If you can help, then we would like to hear from you. Please tell us how you would like to contribute.
Many thanks, Steve and Jerry.
Hannah is passionate about environmental preservation and restoration. As an active member of the Herculean Climate Solutions team, Hannah has contributed to the development of several carbon and waste reduction schemes. Hannah, based in Tokyo, is currently assisting PDIE with nominations for the Prince William Earthshot Prize. Hannah graduated in Environmental Earth Sciences from the University of St Andrews, Scotland (2019).