Jump in to Climate Restoration and other Climate Initiatives
Whatever you do now for work & causes, imagine spending your time advancing our greatest opportunities: replacing fossil fuels with clean energy, REVERSING (not slowing) climate change, and making our goal RESTORING our climate: creating a safe and prosperous world for everyone.
Climate Job Opportunities
Two Bay Area friends and climate colleagues are offering an entrepreneur or activist entering the workforce the opportunity to get paid to do you what you care about most. You can make a difference on climate!
Explore to the Bay Area Climate Restoration Directory
The Directory of Bay Area projects, organizations, companies, and supporting institutions is hosted by the Bay Area Climate Restoration Circle.
Connect with the Carbon180 Slack group for carbontech networking & jobs
Carbon180 is located in the San Francisco Bay Area. Its Slack channel (formerly at Manylabs) includes events, funding, and job postings. You can apply to join.
Whatever you do now for work & causes, imagine spending your time advancing our greatest opportunities: replacing fossil fuels with clean energy, REVERSING (not slowing) climate change, and making our goal Climate Restoration: creating a safe and prosperous world for everyone.
We developed a wiki (an independent crowdsourced encyclopedia) to explore and expand the world we can imagine from Drawdown’s solutions. We need a few people to start promoting the idea of crowdsourcing information to speed research, development, and deployment of solutions.
Help us launch a project to build support for a climate debate, brief the climate advisors of all the candidates about reversing global warming and resotring our climate, and help set the agenda for that debate.
Our working team-built wiki with info on what candidates and incumbents say and do about climate change for the 2016 elections as a proof of concept; we invite one or more partners to use our platform to refocus on 2020.
Would you like to create a Climate Activists Cohort where small groups could join each other in one or several sessions of Living Room Conversations?