Climate Change: Learning for Action
A deep dive into the full climate change landscape. Kickstart your journey with a 12-week climate education and solutions bootcamp, starting on Jan 22, 2024.
Applications close on Jan 12, 2024
Join peers from leading organizations
Learn from world-class educators
Kamal Kapadia, Ph.D.
Course Creator and Terra.do Co-Founder
Dr. Kamal Kapadia has 25 years of work, research and teaching experience in the fields of climate change, clean energy and sustainable development. She started her career in the late 1990s working for solar PV startups SELCO in India and Sri Lanka, and Solarcentury (now Statkraft) in the UK. She has consulted on clean energy planning with the World Bank and also managed research and communications for Blue Planet Foundation in Hawaii, the organization that successfully lobbied for the U.S.’s first state-level 100% renewable energy law. Kamal was also a research fellow at the Environmental Change Institute, Univ. of Oxford, where she taught extensively on the Master’s program in Environmental Change and Management.
Kamal holds an M.Sc. in Environmental Change and Management from the University of Oxford and a Ph.D. in Energy and Resources from the University of California, Berkeley. You can follow Kamal on Twitter
I have taken climate courses at Harvard and Yale and through ESG Certifications. Out of all those experiences, this course was the best combination of science-backed learning, group work, and tools for action. It was a truly amazing experience that spurred me to start my own company and be more vocal about climate action at my full-time corporate job.
Senior Manager, Sustainable Sourcing, Sysco (USA)
Hear from climate experts
Climate journalist, previously at Vox and Grist (USA)
Dr. Saleemul Huq
Lead Author, Adaptation, IPCC and Nature’s 10 List, 2022 (Bangladesh)
Director, Drawdown Labs (USA)
Dr. Tracey Osborne
Director of the California Center for Climate Justice (USA)
Goldman Environmental Prize Winner (Japan)
Dr. Jeremy Leggett
Founder, Solarcentury and Highlands Rewilding (UK)
Dr. Zeke Hausfather
Climate Research Lead, Stripe and Lead Author, IPCC (USA)
Executive Director, Probable Futures (USA)
Accelerate your climate career
Join a life-long community of 1500+ fellows. Learn from accomplished operators and executives. Take the next step of your career with confidence.
Transition to your dream job in climate
Build the next great climate company
Kickstart your organization's climate journey
Pia F (Philippines)
Director for Social Impact at Thinking Machines, previously managing data insights.
Wondering where to start?
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Personalized and expert instruction
Our skilled instructors have advanced degrees and/or global experience in climate change work and education. They're your first port of call for questions you have as you go through your learning journey.
Climate lab groups
Once a week, you will meet with your instructor in live, small-group sessions for:
You will engage in individual and team projects designed to:
We track every fellow’s progress closely and ensure people get the support they need:
We update our learning material to stay cutting-edge:
Get one-on-one mentorship every step of the way
Guidance on your personal climate career journey from industry experts across the world.
Looking to empower your team?
I am blown away by the impact that a 12-week online course can have. Terra.do’s Climate Change: Learning for Action fellowship transcends education and builds a lifelong community of diverse, extremely capable professionals, while connecting you to incredible instructors, guest speakers and mentors.
Manager, ProcurementIQ (USA)
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Join a galaxy of leading climate voices in frank conversations about what’s working and what still needs work.
Join mixers with a diverse group of fellows, from mid- and late-career professionals, to talented newcomers raring to go.
Dynamic conversations with climate leaders to explore timely climate topics — from demystifying IPCC reports to discussing COP outcomes.
Hands-on & highly interactive sessions for you to practice new skills and and better grasp the complex climate topics introduced in the course.
Read the syllabus for more detailed information about the course, or check out a week-by-week course outline below.
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Talk to alumni at an open house
Ask alumni anything at live, online Q&A events. Learn about how to make the best out of the program for your unique situation through a conversation with an alumnus and an instructor.
academic advisory board
Steered by distinguished experts
Meet our academic advisory board comprised of leaders in the fields of climate science, social entrepreneurship, clean energy, climate finance, climate justice, transformative leadership, climate policy, and resilience. They guide and help maintain the high quality of our learning offerings.
Dr. Katharine Wilkinson
Executive Director, The All We Can Save Project (USA)
Dr. Charles Fletcher
Interim Dean, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa (USA)
Dr. Fletcher is an award-winning educator and researcher. He focuses on natural coastal ecosystems and coastal community resiliency.
Dr. Sarah Burch
Associate Professor, University of Waterloo (Canada)
Dr. Burch is an expert on transformative community responses to climate change, and on sustainability and small businesses.
Dr. Harish Hande
Founder, SELCO (India)
Dr. Gordon L. Clark
Senior Consultant and Emeritus Professor, Oxford University (UK)
Dr. Radhika Khosla
Associate Professor, Oxford University (UK)
Who is this program for?
Experienced professionals who want to use their skill sets to work on climate change solutions NOW.
Pricing and expected commitment
Our alumni are now in breakthrough climate companies
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