The best of both worlds
Founded out of our own need for accessible and reliable information on climate change solutions.
Learn about real solutions to climate change.
Our 3 principles
The values behind our mission, decision-making, and content creation process.
Reliable & Scientific
Our articles and courses reference scientific reports & papers to help you trust what you read.
Brief & Understandable
We try to explain things simply, and focus on what’s most important to solve climate change.
We promote work on clean energy, recycling, sustainable agriculture, and other major challenges.
How do we achieve this?
Our team does initial research to decide what each course should cover. We aim to consider as many perspectives as we can.
2. Write, Review, Repeat
At least 3 internal content reviewers give feedback to ensure accuracy & understandability. We usually do 3 to 15 iterations of this.
We send drafts to some of our community members including students, teachers, professionals, and more.
4. Expert Validation
We ask external to review our ‘final’ drafts, discussing and implementing their feedback.
A charity organised like a startup.
Over 140 contributers (+ community). 29 countries. 1 shared goal.
Prof. Emily Shuckburgh
Climate Scientist, University of Cambridge
Experience: Director, Cambridge Zero; Associate Fellow, Centre for Science & Policy Cambridge; Reader at Environmental Data Science University of Cambridge; Fellow & Co-chair at Royal Meteorological Society; Advisor at UK Government.
Prof. Nathalie Seddon
Professor of Biodiversity, University of Oxford
Experience: Professor of Biodiversity, University of Oxford; Senior Associate of the International Institute for Environment and Development; Senior Fellow of the Oxford Martin School. Founder & Director of Nature-based Solutions Initiative.
Working with others towards a safe and just Sapiezoic
Experience: Advisor: Carbon180 since 2015; Nori since 2017; the 2017 best-selling book DRAWDOWN. Volunteer: Carbon Removal Centre; German Energy Agency's Startup Energy Transition Award Jury; former Vice Chair of Student Energy. Education: BSc Geography; MSc Environmental Technology specialising in Energy Policy. Work: carbon removal, climate action, innovation and sustainability at Virgin Group.
Climate Change Communications Specialist
Experience: Climate change communications for the United Nations, World Bank, C40, and many more; Co-Founder & Director at Counter Culture; Communications Director at Sustainable Energy for All; Global Communications Director at The Climate Group.
In his 21 years on planet Earth, Eric has done research at MIT, Facebook AI,
TU Vienna, and Luxembourg Universities – all before completing his first year
at the University of Cambridge.
This was possible because of free online education. When he was 14, he started studying Physics and Computer Science through MIT’s “Open Courseware” program, and other online material.
Consequently, Eric understands the impact online education can have and wants to use this to help the next generation of brilliant climate enthusiasts learn what they need to know in order to solve the world’s biggest problems.
Beyond work, Eric enjoys hiking, rock music, and animated movies.
Isabel has always loved communicating science through art and design. She graduated from
Natural Sciences with a specialisation in zoology at the University of Cambridge.
After that, she started working as a research assistant at the Nature-based Solutions Initiative (NBSI) at the University of Oxford, where she conducts research into climate change adaptation, forests, and ecosystems.
Isabel regularly supports charities and environmental initiatives with her artwork that illustrates scientific topics she discovered through her degree at Cambridge and through her volunteering with various research and conservation programs in an engaging yet cute way.