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This guide demystifies the vast landscape of climate work through a detailed tier system with insights into sectors, roles, and the ethical dimensions of climate work. Dive in to navigate the complexities of climate opportunities and carve out your path in making a real difference.

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Climate Anxious? Try Climate Action.
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Climate Anxious? Try Climate Action.

We know what it's like to worry about the climate crisis. Doing something about it often helps people feel better.

How Will Terra.do Help Me Land a Climate Job?
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How Will Terra.do Help Me Land a Climate Job?

Insights from our first four years of our Climate Change: Learning for Action fellowship

What’s a Typical Week Like in Our Learning for Action Course?
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What’s a Typical Week Like in Our Learning for Action Course?

Here’s what you can expect as a fellow in our flagship climate action accelerator.

What’s With the Name Terra.do?
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What’s With the Name Terra.do?

The answer ties in with our mission to accelerate climate action.

Carbon Dioxide Removal Projects Need Standards for Credibility. A New Report Found 102 of Them.
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Carbon Dioxide Removal Projects Need Standards for Credibility. A New Report Found 102 of Them.

If a tree falls in the woods and it isn't monitored, verified, and reported, did the CDR project it's part of really happen?

Do Fossil Fuel Subsidies Make Any Sense at All?
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Do Fossil Fuel Subsidies Make Any Sense at All?

Estimates of the size of fossil fuel subsidies vary wildly—and don't all flow in the direction you might think. We explore why.

A Key Tactic in Climate Conversations: Listening
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A Key Tactic in Climate Conversations: Listening

Motivating people toward climate action is as much about getting to know them as about facts and fear.

His Climate Anxiety Became Too Much to Ignore. Now He Channels It Into His Work.
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His Climate Anxiety Became Too Much to Ignore. Now He Channels It Into His Work.

Adam Nashban was a veteran political consultant and dad with climate anxiety. Now he's putting that feeling to work helping companies cut carbon emissions by electrifying their vehicle fleets.

Renewables Gaining Ground in Race to Phase Out Fossil Fuels, Report Says
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Renewables Gaining Ground in Race to Phase Out Fossil Fuels, Report Says

Phasing oil and gas out of electricity production is key to stopping the planet from getting hotter. A new report says we're making progress.

Rewiring the Grid for a Sustainable Future: A Conversation With Dr. Amol Phadke
Clean Energy 4 min read

Rewiring the Grid for a Sustainable Future: A Conversation With Dr. Amol Phadke

Ever more renewable energy wants to connect to the grid, but the grid's infrastructure isn't ready. Dr. Amol Phadke tells us he has a solution in mind, though.

Choose Your Words Carefully When Communicating About Climate
Climate Advocacy 2 min read

Choose Your Words Carefully When Communicating About Climate

Learn how the stories we share are not just words but seeds of action, and how effective climate communication can shape a livable future. Understand the importance of choosing the right messenger and connecting on common ground to make complex climate concepts meaningful and actionable.

Hot and Anxious in 2024, But Not Doomed
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Hot and Anxious in 2024, But Not Doomed

Barely four months in, 2024 is in contention to be the warmest year on record—and experts worry the past may not tell us much about what's in store.

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