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Textile innovations will transform the fashion industry
Jonah Mwangi is the Founder and CEO of Green Nettle Textile. Jonah’s background is in biochemistry and he is a farmer by passion. He is an early stage social entrepreneur in the field of agribusiness helping out small farmers. He is an alumni of YALI Transformative Leaders program as also the ygap social changemakers program. Green Nettle was the first African winner of the prestigious Global Change Award presented by the H&M Foundation in 2019. In this podcast, Jonah talks passionately about the importance of the circular economy and fashion. His company Green Nettle Textile is innovating by converting nettle stalks into a linen-like fabric. Learn more about Jonah’s journey and his learnings with entrepreneurship so far… Notes – 01:01 – Jonah’s entrepreneurial journey 04:45 – The premise behind Green Nettle Textile 08:02 – COVID19 challenges 10:26 – Impact of winning the Global Change Award 12:08 – Climate change in Kenya and impacts on Jonah’s company 14:24 – Circular economy and fashion 18:11 – Politics and policy 22:28 – Social entrepreneurship and media awareness 21:13 – Call of action - always think about the impact of fashion

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November 23, 2020
Changing the EV ecosystem - the Three Wheels United way
Cedrick Tandong is the CEO of Three Wheels United. He has been working in India on the smart use of technology for over 10 years and holds a masters in systems and information management. He began his career as a business analyst at Tata Consultancy Services doing market research on fast moving consumer goods in France. Cedrick also previously founded a company in Cameroon in the e-commerce space. Cedrick is TWU’s mastermind when it comes to operationalizing the impossible as he loves organizing, coordinating and executing under unpredictable circumstances. He also holds a second graduate degree in business management and has lived and worked in four countries across three continents. In this podcast, Cedrick talks about his entrepreneurial journey, the vision and business model of Three Wheels United and its impacts whilst also giving us glimpses into the state of the EV market in India. Notes – 01:15 – Cedrick’s entrepreneurial journey 02:41 – The premise behind Three Wheels United 07:36 – Expansion plans of Three Wheels United 09:41 – Impacts of Three Wheels United 13:03 – Politics and policy 17:21 – Being a 2020 Henry Arnhold Fellow 18:34 – Experiencing India 19:50 – Advice to young entrepreneurs 21:13 – Call of action - support the EV ecosystem

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November 16, 2020
Collective commitment will accelerate climate action
Divya Sharma is the Executive Director at Climate Group’s India office. A thought leader, researcher, academician she comes with experience spanning nearly two-decades operating throughout India and internationally within the sustainable urban development and climate resilience space. Divya has a Doctorate in urban climate resilience and a Master’s in urban development planning. She has extensively worked with national, state, and municipal governments in India and abroad; regional, national, and international development agencies and foundations and international research community and academia. She has been on prestigious advisory positions on international and national networks for sustainable development and climate change internationally and at the national level. In this podcast, Divya talks about her climate journey, her work at The Climate Group, her passion for cities and the need to accelerate climate action. Notes – 01:17 – Divya’s climate journey 03:35 – The Climate Group and Divya’s role at the Climate Group India 08:46 – We Mean Business Coalition - a Climate Group initiative 11:31 – COVID, renewable energy and corporate sourcing of renewable energy in India 15:35 – Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network 20:23 – The Indian government's Smart Cities Initiative 25:12 – C40 Cities Finance Facility 31:03 – Call of action - need to accelerate climate action

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November 9, 2020
India has won the climate change bingo card
Neelima Vallangi is a national award-winning photographer and well published travel writer. For the past one year she has been researching and covering the climate crisis for news media and other forms. She is currently working on a feature length documentary film tentatively titled "The Human Cost of Climate Crisis" set in Nepal, due to be released by December 2020. She was recently featured by India Climate Collaborative as one of the 40 young leaders to raise awareness and strengthen commitments with their solutions on climate and development. She is also working on an independent newsletter titled "Climate Matters". She continues to research and report for mainstream publications on the climate crisis, with a special focus on the Himalayas and South Asia. In this podcast, Neelima talks about her climate journey, filming her documentary “The Human Cost of Climate Crisis”, talking about climate grief on social media, youth activism and what needs to be done to solve the current climate crisis. Notes – 03:28 – Neelima’s climate journey 05:57 – The genesis of Neelima’s newsletter ‘Climate Matters’ 08:47 – More on Neelima’s documentary ‘The Human Cost of Climate Crisis’ 10:54 – India Climate Collaborative 12:21 – India and climate change 14:04 – Women and climate change 15:55 – Social media and climate grief 21:41 – Indian media and climate change 27:55 – Call of action - collective responsibility

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November 2, 2020
Seeding the future: Climate-smart agricultural practices hold high hopes
Dr Ana Maria Loboguerrero Rodriguez is Research Director of Climate Action for the Alliance of Bioversity International and International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) and Head of Global Policy Research for the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), based in Cali, Colombia. She holds a Master and a PhD in Economics from UCLA. She has more than 10 years’ experience of working on climate change challenges. She has used her experience working in the public sector to become a key partner of policy makers and planners in the region to find ways to make climate information practical for end-users. In this podcast, Ana Maria talks about her journey, her roles and responsibilities in her organisations, what climate change means to Colombia, the role of policies and how best to tackle climate change. Notes – 01:12 – Ana Maria’s starting point on her climate change journey 06:33 – Roles and responsibilities in CGIAR, CIAT and CCAFS 13:13 – What climate change means in Colombia 19:37 – Colombian government’s policies towards climate change 26:50 – Climate smart villages 29:56 – Food security in Colombia 33:10 – Women in agriculture in Colombia 36:22 – Governmental help to organisations 41:19 – Climate change narrative in Colombia 44:33 – Climate strikes in Colombia 47:51 – Call to action

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October 26, 2020
Pricing and expected commitment
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12 weeks long. About 10 hours of time commitment every week
Each class has just 20-25 Fellows with extensive skills, background & passion
Instructors available via Zoom, Slack and email
100% online, with 7+ expert live talks. All available for later viewing
Climate Change: Learning for Action
Interactive program with an instructor walking you through the paces
12 Weeks
$999
Application Stages

Next cohort starts

February 2021
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* If you work at a non-profit, let us know when you apply

Frequently Asked Questions
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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. High-school level familiarity with math and science a plus, but not essential.
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.
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?
We are currently accepting applications for November 2020 and February 2021 cohorts. November cohort launches on 16 November 2020. 

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