Business and Economics
Climate change forces adaptation in business on all scales–keep up with what's happening in the new green economy across the globe.
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?
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.
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.
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.
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.