All of us “have-nots” need more telescope time, for ourselves and for our students. There are also many programs where a global linkage is needed to accomplish the objectives. In addition, the world needs more and better science education; astronomy can be a leader if it has adequate facilities to do so. A global network of automatic telescopes can help supply these needs, which are global, spanning all countries. A new non-profit organization (GNAT, Inc.) has been formed to be the catalyst to develop and implement such a concept. We hope that many astronomers and organizations will become “members” of GNAT.