Work on
climate change
Learn from world experts.
Solve climate problems that need your skills.
We're an online climate school.
Why do we need one?
Climate is a gigantic space. How do you know which area could see the most impact from your skills?

Get a crash course in all things climate.
Solving climate change would require a never-before assembled coalition of talent.

Meet your future collaborators here.
Time's running out. How do you make sure your work gets scaled up in real life?

Work on projects from the most effective climate organizations.
Step 1
We select extremely motivated individuals like you who're already skilled in their fields for our 9-week online program.

We bring the world's top experts to teach you all aspects of climate - science, policy, business, social justice.  

Try out a sample class
Step 2
During the program, you become part of a global community of hundreds of climate changemakers. You form study groups, hang out in video calls with alumni and have lifetime access to this network.

These are your future co-founders, employers, comrades.

Terra community
Step 3
On graduating, you see dozens of projects from some of the top climate organizations in the world. Choose those that best leverage your skills.

Team up with community and work directly on challenging problems to solve for #climatechange

About the Program
9 weeks long. Between 6-10 hours of time commitment every week
Each class is just 20-25 learners with extensive skills, background, passion
Instructor & Teaching Assistants available via Zoom, Slack and email
100% online, with 5-7 expert live talks. All available for later viewing
See Curriculum
Climate Change: Learning for Action
Interactive program with an instructor walking you through the paces
9 Weeks
Meet your teachers
Kamal Kapadia
Energy expert, taught climate change@Oxford. Phd from UC Berkeley. Lives in Hawaii
Harish Hande
Solar pioneer@SELCO. Magsaysay awardee ("Asia's Nobel Prize"). Lives in Bangalore
Heike Schroeder
Environmental governance expert, taught climate change@Oxford. Now Professor at the University of East Anglia. Lives in Norwich.
Amol Phadke
Scientist & Group Leader at Berkeley Lab. India, regulation, energy, markets. Lives in Berkeley.
+ other industry experts

Our May 18th cohort is full. Next cohort starts on

Aug 3rd, 2020

* If you work at a non-profit, let us know when you apply

Frequently asked questions
Who would benefit most from this program?
Anyone who wants a grand overview of the entire climate landscape. Anyone who wants to shift their time & energy into doing climate work.
What if I don't like the program?
If you're less than 3 weeks into the program, we'll refund you 100%. Our only request would be to give us feedback so we can improve the program.
Will the classes fit my schedule?
Yes. Most of the classes are asynchronous so you can decide when to go through them during the week. Our expectation is that everyone will be back in sync when a new week starts. The main live elements are the expert talks which will also be recorded for later viewing.
Is there a credential at the end of the program?
Yes. We'll give you something to prove that you completed this program. However, we're hoping you're doing this program for the intrinsic love of solving climate change.
I can't afford the program cost. Can I get help?
We want all qualified learners to apply, regardless of financial status. Let us know about your financial need when you apply and we'll do our best.
Are you going to be running more cohorts?
Yes. We currently expect to run more cohorts in Oct & Dec 2020.
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