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Solving climate change will require a never before assembled coalition of talent

Time is running out! How can you make sure your work gets scaled up in real life?

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Learn
We offer courses that enable you to solve climate change. Our curated programs, taught live by skilled instructors, cover a wide range of topics. Our courses are action-oriented: Our goal is to empower you to act on climate issues.
Climate change:
Learning for action
Our flagship course: a 12 week bootcamp for your transition from awareness to action
Take a deep dive into the landscape of climate change and kickstart your climate journey in our bootcamp course.
Next cohort start date: February 2021  | 12 weeks
Course fees: $999
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Testimonials from our fellows
I've been enjoying the content units themselves. It feels like a great survey of the space overall, and I love the combination of instructor notes, videos, and articles. It allows me to go at my own pace and dive deeply into topics that are most interesting to me.
Cody Simms
Partner and Senior VP, Techstars∙Los Angeles
I have honestly loved every aspect of the program. From engaging class content featuring the latest climate science, to world-class guest lectures and fascinating discussions with teachers and peers, I'm really enjoying Terra.do :)
Benjamin Bolton
Marketer ∙ London
An awesome way to build a foundation in climate action, through a First Principles approach
Anirudh Gupta
PM @ The Sustaibnability Mafia∙New Delhi
I absolutely loved the group projects! The assignments really pushed me to study and absorb the material, while collaborating with two other students from around the world.
Dan Battelle
Program Manager∙San Francisco
I’m especially grateful for the people at Terra.do. Instructors, the team “behind the scenes”, guest lecturers, mentors, and students — everyone has created an environment that’s inspiring, enlightening, and empowering. I feel a true sense of belonging, alignment, and a common vision within the cohort.
Tim Falls
Entrepreneur∙New Mexico
The course contents are amazingly comprehensive and organized, covering an impressive range of issues and solutions within this enormous space of climate work.
Ha Vu
Software Engineer∙New York
I've enjoyed the conversations we've had on the politics and philosophy of climate change - I think these are really important to open our minds and get us thinking of the bigger picture stuff.
Liam Hardy
Data Analyst∙Sheffield, UK
The New
Hydrogen Economy
Explore hydrogen's role as a fuel source in a decarbonizing economy
Take a four-week deep dive into the technology, economics, and policy dimensions of hydrogen’s role in a clean energy future.
Next cohort start date: Jan 25, 2021  |  4 weeks
Course fees: $795
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Climate change:
Learning for action
Our flagship course: a 12 week bootcamp for your transition from awareness to action
Take a deep dive into the landscape of climate change and kickstart your climate journey in our bootcamp course.
Next cohort start date:
February 2021  | 12 weeks
Course fees: $999
Learn more and apply
The New Hydrogen Economy
Explore hydrogen's role as a fuel source in a decarbonizing economy
Take a four-week deep dive into the technology, economics, and policy dimensions of hydrogen’s role in a clean energy future.
Next cohort start date:
Jan 25, 2021  |  4 weeks
Course fees: $795
Learn more and apply
Scholarships available
We always want qualified learners to apply, and can provide financial aid after assessing merit and need.
Browse our gallery of images and videos of our courses in action!
Take a look at classes, assignments, discussions, guest lectures, farewells and more.
Browse our gallery of images and videos of our courses in action! Take a look at classes, assignments, discussions, guest lectures, farewells and more.
Happy faces at the graduation ceremony for our first cohort
A blog created by a Fellow for a Terra assignment
A climate psychology workshop in action
Snippets of a live class in The New Hydrogen Economy course
Landing page for Climate Change: Learning for Action
Screenshot from one of our #TerraTalks
A snapshot from one of our energy classes
One of the ongoing classes in our first cohort of the “Climate Change: Learning for Action” bootcamps. We are discussing climate policy and justice here. Check out some wonderful related creations from our fellows here.
One of the ongoing classes in our first cohort of the “Climate Change: Learning for Action” bootcamps. We are discussing climate policy and justice here. Check out some wonderful related creations from our fellows here.
One of the ongoing classes in our first cohort of the “Climate Change: Learning for Action” bootcamps. We are discussing climate policy and justice here. Check out some wonderful related creations from our fellows here.
One of the ongoing classes in our first cohort of the “Climate Change: Learning for Action” bootcamps. We are discussing climate policy and justice here. Check out some wonderful related creations from our fellows here.
One of the ongoing classes in our first cohort of the “Climate Change: Learning for Action” bootcamps. We are discussing climate policy and justice here. Check out some wonderful related creations from our fellows here.
One of the ongoing classes in our first cohort of the “Climate Change: Learning for Action” bootcamps. We are discussing climate policy and justice here. Check out some wonderful related creations from our fellows here.
One of the ongoing classes in our first cohort of the “Climate Change: Learning for Action” bootcamps. We are discussing climate policy and justice here. Check out some wonderful related creations from our fellows here.
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Meet
Our international community is Terra.do’s beating heart! We are an organically growing community of learning fellows, climate experts, alumni and employees. Our operating principle is one of mutual support and kindness.
Experts at Terra.do
Our course creators, guest experts and mentors are here to support and guide you every step of the way.
We are grateful to our 100+ experts, who cover 50+  professional disciplines and come from 20+ geographies!
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Dr Kamal Kapadia
Co-founder, course creator
Kamal has created Terra’s foundational course “Climate Change: Learning for Action”. She previously taught at University of Oxford and holds a PhD in Energy and Resources from University of California, Berkeley.
Dr Harish Hande
Guest expert
Harish is CEO of SELCO-Foundation and founder of SELCO-India. He is an Indian social entrepreneur who has been awarded the Ramon Magsaysay Award (widely called the Asian Nobel Prize) for his efforts to bring solar energy technologies to the rural poor.
Dr Ian Bolliger
Mentor
Ian is a Climate Data Scientist at Rhodium Group. He builds models to predict economic and financial risks caused by climate change. Ian holds a PhD in Energy and Resources from University of California, Berkeley.
Terra.do Fellows
Terra.do fellows are skilled, enthusiastic learners from around the world, committed to helping solve climate change.
We are extremely proud of the 150+ Terra.do alumni and fellows who are transitioning into climate work, each in their own unique way.
Meet the fellows
Alyssa Dizon
November 2020 Fellow
Sai Araveti
July 2020 Fellow
Sylvain Carle
November 2020 Fellow
Heather Baden
November 2020 Fellow
Adam Braun
July 2020 Fellow
Aarushi Wasan
November 2020 Fellow
Experts at Terra.do
Our course creators, guest experts and mentors are here to support and guide you every step of the way.
We are grateful to our 100+ experts, who cover 50+  professional disciplines and come from 20+ geographies!
Meet the mentors
Dr Kamal Kapadia
Co-founder and course creator
Kamal has created Terra’s foundational course “Climate Change: Learning for Action”. She previously taught at University of Oxford and holds a PhD in Energy and Resources from University of California, Berkeley.
Dr Harish Hande
Guest expert
Harish is CEO of SELCO-Foundation and founder of SELCO-India. He is an Indian social entrepreneur who has been awarded the Ramon Magsaysay Award (widely called the Asian Nobel Prize) for his efforts to bring solar energy technologies to the rural poor.
Dr Ian Bolliger
Mentor
Ian is a Climate Data Scientist at Rhodium Group. He builds models to predict economic and financial risks caused by climate change. Ian holds a PhD in Energy and Resources from University of California, Berkeley.
Terra.do Fellows
Terra.do fellows are passionate creators, and collaborators.
We are extremely proud of the 150+ Terra.do fellows who are transitioning to climate work on their unique paths.
Terra.do fellows are very actively involved in our community, supporting other learners.
Meet the fellows
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Terra.do Fellows
Terra.do fellows are skilled, enthusiastic learners from around the world, committed to helping solve climate change.
We are extremely proud of the 150+ Terra.do fellows who are transitioning into climate work, each in their own unique way.
Meet the fellows
Shivani Singh
Aug 2020 fellow
Sai Araveti
Aug 2020 fellow
Shawn Drost
Aug 2020 fellow
Adam Braun
Aug 2020 fellow
Shelley Goel
Aug 2020 fellow
Arvind Balasubramanian
Nov 2020 fellow
Do
Transition from climate awareness to action. Discover pathways to engage in climate work while complementing your innate expertise, with the help of our courses, mentors, career services, and community projects. Our Fellows' transition stories are inspiring!
Cody Simms
July 2020 Fellow
Climate Change:
Learning for Action

Cody has been a tech investor for 7+ years and working to shift his investment career towards climate change.
Cody has now pivoted his career at Techstars towards climate change and sustainability, and co-founded Climate Changemakers.
Ha Vu
July 2020 Fellow
Climate Change:
Learning for Action

Ha has been deeply alarmed by the climate crisis and wanting to help her communities through activism and tech.
Ha is now utilizing her tech and climate skills at Sidewalks Lab, where she is working on sustainability innovation in urban design.
Shawn Drost
July 2020 Fellow
Climate Change:
Learning for Action

Shawn was a founder of Hack Reactor, an online coding academy. He was keen to start something in the climate space.
After completing our bootcamp course, Shawn started a clean energy company called Diversified Hydrogen. He is also co-creator of our New Hydrogen Economy course.
Many more fellows, from 200+ professional backgrounds, are making their transition to climate work. Here are just a few examples of how the dots connected for people. And if you don't see someone like you here, that’s just because we have a really long list!
Banking
Engineering
Data science
Astrophysics
Health tech
Software engineering
Data science
Digital inclusion
Research
CSR
Impact Assessment
Entrepreneurship
Venture investment
Tech marketing
Consulting
Sales
...and many more!
Testimonials
All the love from our fellows keeps us going!
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An awesome way to build a foundation in climate action, through a First Principles approach
Anirudh Gupta
PM @ The Sustaibnability Mafia∙New Delhi
I love the format and contents of the classes * the homeworks so far have been great, especially the intro essay, childrens' education project, and fact checking. they've all felt really creative and fun! * the breadth and depth of other people in the cohort. so cool that so many of the presentations and lectures so far have been from them!
Ryan Barrett
Engineering Leader∙San Francisco
I absolutely loved the group projects! The assignments really pushed me to study and absorb the material, while collaborating with two other students from around the world.
Dan Battelle
Program Manager∙San Francisco
I love the pedagogy - breaking down complex topics into simpler explanations. Guest lectures, esp the one by Dr. Hande, are very enriching.
Deepankar Panda
Social Worker∙Mumbai
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Events
We host weekly free events that are open to the public. Join us for the next #TerraTalk, AMA, or panel discussion with awe-inspiring people who are dedicating their life to solve climate change. Visit our blog for recordings, fellows’ publications, and more.
TerraTalks: Climate Justice 1
Climate justice and gender justice are inextricably linked - they concern women and men’s capacities and vulnerabilities to adapt to the impacts of climate change. The global multi-dimensional responses to address adaptation are influenced by power, governance, and distribution of resources that enable people to adapt and most times they are unequal.
December 17, 2020
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TerraTalks: Climate Justice 1
Climate justice and gender justice are inextricably linked - they concern women and men’s capacities and vulnerabilities to adapt to the impacts of climate change. The global multi-dimensional responses to address adaptation are influenced by power, governance, and distribution of resources that enable people to adapt and most times they are unequal.
December 17, 2020
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