What Every Large Organization Can Learn from Google
Originally written in Chinese by Yaju Chin and translated/edited by Chin-Wu Chen.
Transforming the food system into a climate resilient, adaptive, carbon sequestering ally in the fight to halt climate change.
As companies, consumers and investors become more focused on climate change, there’s likely to be considerable job growth for those with expertise in both sustainability and finance. But what is climate finance, and how can you be involved?
Esteemed Terra.do mentor Divya Sharma gives us a technical look understanding the socio-cultural and economic nuances while working on urban resilience
More often than not, environmental issues are also climate issues. The range of jobs types and opportunities in policy are innumerable, and forward thinking policymakers are putting climate change at the forefront of environmental policy discussions.
Terra.do and Green Artha are proud to launch our new partnership and joint fellowship starting Fall 2021. The goal: support the growth of the climate sector and the organizations within by creating a pipeline of job-ready climate professionals.
The multitude of climate-friendly actions available can be overwhelming for anyone looking to up their environmentally friendly lifestyle. Soapbox Project Founder Nivi Achanta, walks us through 5 steps towards sustainable change in our career, worldviews, and beyond.
The jargon of climate solutions can be a confusing barrier to action; that’s why we’re sharing Terra.do's friends at The Green Sprint jargon-busting article on the buzzwords of green economics.
Our current economy is linear, but for a safe and sustainable future the transition to a sustainable system is necessary. All businesses have the capacity to take action; but first, some background courtesy of Terra.do alum Nitya Subash.
If you love animals and plants and love being out in the nature, a job in the environmental field might be just right for you. Here is how you can find a dream job in the environmental field.
Considering changing jobs in software? It could be time to pivot your career to working on tech for climate change. Here's your action plan using three Terra.do resources.
Here’s what you need to know about the UN-backed IPCC report on climate change, the first major publication released since 2013.
The West Coast of the US is in an unprecedented drought, casting doubt as to how our agricultural systems can survive in the new normal of climate change. Regenerative small-scale farming is leading the way in resilience and innovation in farm jobs and food systems.
What is biodynamic wine? How do wine careers fit into the world of climate change jobs”? We sat down with organic and biodynamic wine maker Eliza Frey of Frey Wine to find out.
Professional networking can go a long way in landing your climate dream job. From how to ask for an informational interview to where to find your mentor, here's our guide to networking in the climate workspace.
From zero net energy to carbon neutrality, follow Terra.do mentor Ann Edminster's career in green building design and construction as she offers encouragement and advice to young professionals across the field.
The environmental justice movement seeks to address race and class inequities in climate change impact. Climate justice activist Alyssa Dizon shares her career path, and resources to get involved in the movement.
What does an unconventional career path look like? Terra.do mentor and sustainable development practicioner Rozita Singh shares lessons learned from her own career journey.
How can we best scale and deploy technologies that fight climate change? Where does climate finance fit it on the timeline of embracing climate solutions? Guest writer Daniel Kriozere shares his insights into the application of venture capital and project finance in funding climate solutions.
Mrinalini Shinde, environmental lawyer, lecturer and Terra.do mentor, breaks down the interdisciplinary nature of climate disruption, the necessity for a reevaluation of specialized solutions application, and the practicality of mindset shift in climate careers.
Climate change mitigation isn’t a carbon problem–it’s an issue of wealth, communication and education. Terra.do mentor Giriprashad breaks down the inequities in how we frame carbon emissions and what a reversal of perspectives could do for climate careers and climate solutions.
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.
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.
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.
Laura Canevari, Founder of Itaca Solutions, and Anu Jogesh, Policy and Governance Lead for Acclimatise South Asia talked about their professional experiences of working in the Climate Finance sector.
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.
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.
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.
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!).
Join our cohort fellows in asking experts Mandar Patil and Cecilia Han Spring all things energy in our Energy AMA. Get valuable insights on the electrification of transport systems in India and China’s overseas investments and industrial energy efficiency and decarbonization.