Understand the climate landscape

In-depth learning on various climate domains, beginning with our flagship: a comprehensive 12-week climate bootcamp.


Climate Change: Learning for Action

Understand the complexities in the science, economics, policy, and climate justice. Start taking action by discovering climate solutions that need your skills. All this and more in our flagship 12-week fellowship.


Learn from the leading voices in climate

World-class instructors trained in online teaching and facilitation, and guest lecturers with deep domain expertise.


Jacqueline Ros Amable

Managing Director at Venture For ClimateTech, Climate Change for VCs

Vance Merolla

Worldwide Director of Global Sustainability at Colgate-Palmolive Company, Corporate Sustainability Leadership

Matt Eggers

Partner at Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Climate Change for VCs

Aruna Chandrasekhar

Climate Journalist at Carbon Brief, Learning for Action

Dr. Antonis Stampoulis

Technical Advisor, SustainChain; ex-Director of Engineering, Originate NYC, Climate Change for Software Engineers

... and other expert climate practitioners.


A springboard for action

Our learning philosophy is custom-built to maximize a single outcome: to get you to work in climate.

Cohort-based learning

A structured syllabus with a group of learners at the same time, highly proven to drive outcomes in online learning.

Practical and hands-on

Working sessions, assignments, and practicums tailored to your local and sectoral context.

Live sessions

Live (online) small group and large format settings to maximize comprehension and networking.

Individual attention

Personalized feedback and career transition advice.

Thorough and concise

Everything you need to know to get productive in climate (and its sub-domains) quickly.

On the bleeding edge

Always-on learning material updates on the science, technology, and market progression.

Spotlight: Guest events

Programming for each cohort includes several events featuring eminent speakers from science, policy, business, and social issues in relevant climate fields.

Fireside chats

Intimate sessions with highly experienced climate leaders, designed to give you actionable insights, motivation and inspiration.

Guest talks

Weekly sessions with climate professionals, designed to help you understand the practical applications of your coursework.

Live workshops

Informal, but highly interactive, sessions with practitioners, designed to help you apply new skills and get actionable feedback from experts.

academic advisory board

Reviewed by distinguished experts

Meet our academic advisory board of thought leaders in the fields of climate science, social entrepreneurship, clean energy, climate finance, climate justice, transformative leadership, climate policy and resilience. They guide and help maintain the high quality of our learning offerings.

Dr. Katharine Wilkinson

Co-Founder + Executive Director at The All We Can Save Project


Dr. Katharine Wilkinson (she/her) is an author, strategist, teacher, and one of 15 “women who will save the world,” according to Time magazine. She is co-founder and executive director of The All We Can Save Project and co-host of the podcast, A Matter of Degrees.


Dr. Wilkinson’s books on climate include the bestselling anthology All We Can Save, The Drawdown Review, and the New York Times bestseller Drawdown and Between God & Green. She holds a doctorate in geography and environment from Oxford, where she was a Rhodes Scholar, and has a BA in religion from Sewanee, where she is now a visiting professor.

Dr. Charles “Chip” Fletcher

Interim Dean of the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST), University of Hawai’i at Manoa 


Dr. Charles “Chip” Fletcher is the Interim Dean and a professor at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa’s School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST). An award-winning educator and researcher, his focuses include climate change, natural coastal ecosystems, and coastal community resiliency. He is also ​​Chairperson of the Honolulu Climate Change Commission.

Dr. Fletcher has written op-eds in The Hill and, with his students, has published more than 100 peer-reviewed articles and three textbooks. His studies with students concern such subjects as paleoclimate, shoreline change, reef accretion, hydrostatic flooding, and cultural assets.

Dr. Sarah Burch

Associate Professor at University of Waterloo, Canada Research Chair, and Executive Director, IC3


Dr. Sarah Burch holds a Canada Research Chair in Sustainability Governance and Innovation, and is an Associate Professor at the University of Waterloo’s Department of Geography and Environmental Management. She is an expert on transformative community responses to climate change, and on sustainability and small businesses.


Dr. Burch leads the project TRANSFORM: Accelerating Sustainability Entrepreneurship Experiments in Local Spaces, and is Director of the Sustainability Policy Research on Urban Transformations (SPROUT) Lab. She is a lead author of the IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report, and is also the author of Understanding Climate Change: Science, Policy and Practice.

Dr. Harish Hande

Co-founder and Chairman of SELCO Solar Light Pvt Ltd


Dr. Harish Hande is co-founder and chairman of SELCO India, which launched in 1995 and provides affordable renewable energy to poor and underserved households in rural India. He is also the CEO of SELCO Foundation, which works to link sustainable energy to eliminating poverty.


After graduating from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, Dr. Hande earned his master’s and Ph.D. at the University of Massachusetts. Having improved living standards in hundreds of thousands of poor rural Indian households, he and SELCO have won many awards, including the Ramon Magsaysay Award (Asia’s version of the Nobel Prize), two Ashden Awards, as well as Khemka Social Entrepreneur of the Year.

Dr. Gordon L. Clark

Senior Consultant and Emeritus Professor at the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment at Oxford University


Gordon L. Clark Dsc FBA has held an array of titles at Oxford University, where he is now a professorial fellow at St. Edmund Hall and Co-Director of the Oxford-Zurich research program, as well as Director Emeritus of the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment. He has also held appointments at Harvard, Carnegie Mellon, and University of Chicago.


Professor Clark’s areas of expertise include finance, decision-making, how people respond to risk and uncertainty, and how large financial institutions manage themselves. He seeks to better understand the how and why of long-term planning. He is also the independent chair of the IP Group’s Ethics and ESG committee.


Dr. Radhika Khosla

Research Director, Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development; Associate Professor, Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment; Senior Research Fellow


Dr. Radhika Khosla holds several titles at the University of Oxford: She is an associate professor at the Smith School of Enterprise and Environment and the research director of the Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development. And as the principal investigator of the Future of Cooling program, she studies the growing demand for cooling energy.


Dr. Khosla is particularly interested in how energy use changes as cities in developing countries grow, what systems and structures can affect this, and what this means both politically and environmentally. She holds a Ph.D in geophysical sciences from the University of Chicago and a master’s degree in physics from the University of Oxford.

Our programs

Browse the full list of our intensive cohort-based learning programs. And do check back in as we add programs often!


Climate Change: Learning for Action

A comprehensive overview of the climate change and solutions landscape.

12 weeks, 6-12 hours a week

Climate Farm School

A hybrid experience in regenerative agriculture, with an on-farm component.

4 weeks, one of them on-farm

Climate Change for Software Engineers

do { software } while ( climate crisis ). Designed for software engineers wanting to take climate action.

6 weeks, 5 hours a week

Climate Change for VCs

Learn about climate, develop investment theses, and network with your peers.

6 week intensive + lifelong community

Climate Wayfinding

A great starting point. Explore your place in climate with The All We Can Save Project. 

5 weeks, 3-4 hours a week


Becoming a Climate Designer

A climate action roadmap specifically focused on creative professionals.

7 weeks, 5 hours a week


Corporate Sustainability Leadership

Develop and deliver successful sustainability strategies.

6 weeks, 5 hours a week


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Guidance from climate practitioners

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1-on-1 career mentorship from experienced industry professionals in every major sector including energy, policy, and agriculture. Learners are matched with mentors based on their background and interest.

Rozita Singh

Head of Solutions Mapping, Accelerator Lab at UNDP | India

Dr. Alicja Dzieciol

Co-founder and Director at SilviBio Limited | Scotland

Richard Hammond

Country Lead Advisor - Energy Access at RTI International | Ghana

Nicolas Chow

Director, Sustainability EMEA at the Plug and Play Tech Center | France

Karthik Ganesan

Research Fellow at Council on Energy, Environment and Water | India

Sara Telahoun

Principal Consultant: Decarbonisation at Anthesis Group | England

The (not so) secret sauce: community

The pride of our learning programs is the caring global community that has developed around them—accomplished, passionate, and most of all, ready to help you.

Accomplished, diverse professionals

Mid-career professionals successful in their current jobs across a wide spectrum of functions, roles, industries, countries, races, ethnicities, sexual orientation, and genders.​

United by purpose and ethos

Every member is animated by a deep desire to work on and help each other with this generation’s biggest crisis, climate change.

Our fellows say it best...

Patrick Temple

I really enjoyed the Terra.do software course. It gave me a great overview of the landscape of how software engineers might help on climate, and we had a fun and really engaged group of people in the course. Thinking about climate change can be overwhelming so it was motivating to know that so many other software engineers are in this too and we're all trying to find the best ways to help.

Valiullah Hashmi

When you choose to enroll for a program with Terra.do, you are taking the first steps towards creating and living in your new home. The people, the culture, the knowledge, all of it is instrumental in shaping your transformation into a planet centric human being.

Joshua Stehr

This is the most comprehensive understanding of the climate landscape out there. Before I started, I considered myself quite well-informed about climate and wasn’t sure whether to join Terra.do, but my brain has been expanded beyond my imagination. This is like a university on steroids and much cheaper....I’m amazed at the quality. But without a doubt, the thing I loved most about this course is the variety of people and experiences...I’ve made friends for life.

Narayan Iyer

Terra.do's Learning for Action is not like any other course you have ever taken. It is a new way of learning for those seeking knowledge and truth. Group learning at its best with a community to support you, and top notch experts in the field to guide you. The 12 weeks is the start to a lifelong journey of making friends, and peers, and work colleagues.

Yasemin Sırali

Best investment I've made for myself in a while. Learning about climate science with like-minded, conscientious people from all around the world has been a therapeutic experience for me.

Aanchal Somani

The Terra.do LFA fellowship was the best decision I ever made. Working in climate had been a long-held ambition, but one that seemed inaccessible. Terra has transformed my perspective and opened windows and doors. I am beyond thankful to everyone who encouraged me to go for it, the entire Terra community, and the instructors and organizers. Take this course! You won't regret it.

LC Ede

I have taken climate courses at Harvard and Yale and through ESG Certifications. Out of all those experiences, this course was the best combination of science-back learning, group work, and tools for action. It was a truly amazing experience that spurred me to start my own company and be more vocal about climate action at my full-time corporate job.

John Ellison

Terra.do accelerated my climate action journey and helped me find my unique contribution in just a few months. The best part was meeting brilliant people from all over the world who have left incredible companies like Amazon, Twitter, Apple and Slack to fight climate change.

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