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What Does It Mean to “Work on Climate”?

A thought-provoking article by Dr. Laney Siegner, Course Director at Terra.do, in which Laney voices a collective perspective of Terra.do community members on the idea of a “climate career." A powerful, action-oriented take on how exactly you could transition from climate awareness to action!

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The Future in 2040
Article 5 min read

The Future in 2040

Read through an optimistic speculation of the future by Greg Findley, a Fellow of the March 2021 cohort of our Climate Change: Learning for Action course.

Africa's Food Systems Offer Connection, Development and Climate Resilience
Podcast 25 min read

Africa's Food Systems Offer Connection, Development and Climate Resilience

Dr Debisi Araba, a recognized public policy and strategy specialist based in Africa, talks about his journey, the Africa Green Revolution Forum (AGRF), the challenges posed by COVID19, the realities of climate-smart agriculture, and what innovations we can expect in Africa.

What’s Up with Hydrogen?
Article 4 min read

What’s Up with Hydrogen?

Hydrogen has been an excellent fuel for over 40 years, but we've had to source it from fossil fuels. Well, it turns out that H2 can be sourced from waste biomatter or renewable electricity! Let's look at this “green” hydrogen, an extremely high-powered renewable molecular fuel (think rocket ships!).

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Green Building Finds a Home in Climate Mitigation
Article 32 min read

Green Building Finds a Home in Climate Mitigation

In this podcast, Micah describes his journey towards sustainability, the significance of green buildings, how to incorporate equity issues into green building policy planning design and what the players across the building's value chain need to be doing to fix emissions.

Exploring Hydrogen's Role as a Shipping Fuel
Podcast 16 min read

Exploring Hydrogen's Role as a Shipping Fuel

In this podcast, Future Proof Shipping's Director of Corporate Strategy Prasanna Colluru describes her and her company's journey looking at the energy transition and hydrogen's role in transforming marine transportation.

Live from the Field with Midnight's Farm: Carbon, Composting and Biochar on Lopez Island
TerraTalk 35 min read

Live from the Field with Midnight's Farm: Carbon, Composting and Biochar on Lopez Island

This #TerraTalk dives into regenerative agriculture, composting, and the process of building soil health with Faith and David who are co-owners of Midnight's Farm, a regenerative farm on Lopez Island, producing vegetables, meat, eggs, and compost and sequesters carbon through sustainable practices.

Learner Spotlights

How Terra.do Strengthened My Resolve to Pursue Impact
Careers 6 min read

How Terra.do Strengthened My Resolve to Pursue Impact

Climate change’s effects on social enterprise are increasing rapidly, posing new challenges for poverty alleviation efforts. Hear what that means to Jordan Wolken, a recent graduate from Terra.do’s Orca cohort and head of the non-profit Bridges for Enterprise.

The Future in 2040
Article 5 min read

The Future in 2040

Read through an optimistic speculation of the future by Greg Findley, a Fellow of the March 2021 cohort of our Climate Change: Learning for Action course.

How Startups & Climate Tech Companies Fit in with Doughnut Economics
Article 7 min read

How Startups & Climate Tech Companies Fit in with Doughnut Economics

An in-depth analysis by Terra.do alumn Bruno Girin on how the Doughnut Economics development model could be applied to climate tech companies, covering funding models, employees, tech as an enabler, online privacy, and more.

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