Get your team working on climate

Learn core climate principles. Map it to your team’s business objectives. Build a global peer group.

Employees from leading companies learn climate at Terra.do

Why should your team do this?

This program will accelerate the impact your team can make in your company's sustainability journey by up-leveling your understanding and highlighting decisive climate action you can take now.

Discover a common language

Establish a foundational understanding on which to take decisive, collective action. Whether it’s your own team or other stakeholders you work with, a common framing of the issues & the solutions is key to create alignment.

Develop action plans together

We help you identify key ‘hotspots’ and material issues, set strategic goals and science-based targets for your organization (Net Zero by 2030? Impact measurement for your climate work?), and build the sustainability strategy roadmap so you can best achieve these goals.

Build communities of practice

The landscape of climate change solutions changes daily, with new policies, research, and innovations emerging across sectors all at once. Staying abreast of this helps you make the right choices and stay ahead of the curve.

 

Our communities of practice are the quickest way to achieve that: learn best practices and get access to experts across sectors and industries who can give you current, practical advice that’s tailored to your situation.

“Terra.do gave me the education and confidence to pursue climate solutions within my current role. The course material, talks, and workshops are relevant and thoughtfully crafted, and I felt genuinely supported by a network of intelligent people from diverse backgrounds.”

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Alexandra Anderson

Group Creative Director
Airbnb

“Terra.do’s course material filled in the gaps in my climate knowledge. On most days, Terra.do was the best part of my day, and has inspired me to take tangible climate action. The community they are building is really something special, and I’m looking forward to being a part of it as it grows and evolves.”

Rafael Lizarralde

Software Engineer
X, the moonshot factory & Google

“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.”

LC Ede

Assortment Strategy & Innovation Manager
Sysco

Personalized and expert instruction

Our skilled instructors have advanced degrees and/or global experience in climate change work and education. They’re your first port of call for questions you have as you go through your learning journey.

Climate lab groups

Once a week, you will meet with your instructor in live, small-group sessions for:

Real-world assignments

You will engage in individual and team projects designed to:

Personal attention

We track every fellow’s progress closely and ensure people get the support they need:

Up-to-date material

We update our learning material to stay cutting-edge:

Learn climate with Terra.do

Why Terra.do

200+

Mentors

25+

Countries

Unmatched faculty

Skilled facilitators with global expertise delivering on-the-ground climate solutions for organizations.

Connected with your work

Personal and team projects train you to translate the world of climate action and solutions into tangible, effective action steps for your team and organization.

Cutting-edge learning

Unlike academia, learning materials updated every month to bring you the latest developments on climate science, impacts and new solutions.

Global community

Access to a global community of climate practitioners who can provide new learning insights and partnership opportunities to accelerate your team or organization’s business and sustainability goals.
UNMATCHED FACULTY

World-class educators and guest lecturers

Kamal Kapadia, Ph.D.

Course Creator

Terra.do Co-founder and Chief Learning Officer

Dr. Kamal Kapadia has 25 years of work, research and teaching experience in the fields of climate change, clean energy and sustainable development. She started her career in the late 1990s working for solar PV startups SELCO in India and Sri Lanka, and Solarcentury (now Statkraft) in the UK. She has consulted on clean energy planning with the World Bank and also managed research and communications for Blue Planet Foundation in Hawaii, the organization that successfully lobbied for the U.S.’s first state-level 100% renewable energy law.


From 2008 to 2012, Kamal was a research fellow at the Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford. Her writing has been published in academic journals, magazines and reports, and she also has a climate novel in the works. Kamal holds an M.Sc. in Environmental Change and Management from the University of Oxford and a Ph.D. in Energy and Resources from the University of California, Berkeley.


You can follow Kamal on Twitter.

Guest lecturers include:

Dr. Navroz Dubash

Professor, Centre for Policy Research (India)

Navroz is a Coordinating Lead Author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (Sixth Assessment), advises the UNEP Emissions Gap Report Steering Committee, and has been a member of the Scientific Advisory Group of the UN Climate Action Summit. Within India, Navroz has been a member of the group that developed India’s Low Carbon Strategy for Inclusive Growth; he continues to serve on advisory committees on energy, water and air pollution.
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MARINA HAYDN

Senior Sustainability Strategist at Quantis (USA)

Marina has environmental sustainability expertise covering strategy, development and implementation through her recent role of EVP Sustainability at The Economist Group, where she pioneered the organisation’s first sustainability strategy and embedded it across the organisation. The strategy includes a science-based emissions reduction target, prioritisation of renewable energy and efficiency measures, business model innovation, carbon removal via direct air capture and nature-based solutions, operationalising sustainability through an automated carbon management system (SaaS), and introducing a long-term change management and communications programme through the sustainability team.

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Dr. Harish Hande

Founder, SELCO (India)

Harish Hande is a well-known social entrepreneur, who co-founded SELCO India in 1995. He also served as its director, and under his leadership SELCO has won Ashden Award for Sustainable Energy 2005, Accenture Economic Development Award for 2005, Ashden Award for “Outstanding Achievement” in energy sector and many more honours. Harish Hande is a recipient of the very prestigious Ramon Magsaysay Award for 2011 for “his pragmatic efforts to put solar power technology in the hands of the poor, through his social enterprise SELCO India”.
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AUSTIN WHITMAN

CEO, Climate Neutral

Austin Whitman is the CEO and a co-founder of Climate Neutral, a nonprofit that provides a trusted certification for carbon neutrality. Since its launch three years ago, Climate Neutral has worked with over 400 companies. The Climate Neutral Certified label is used on thousands of products and has quickly become the leading consumer climate label. Austin’s work in climate change began nearly 20 years ago and has spanned across roles in finance, policy, cleantech, consulting, energy, and nonprofits.

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Dr. Charles Fletcher

Professor, University of Hawaiʻi (USA)

Dr. Charles “Chip” Fletcher is the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Earth Sciences at the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology, University of Hawai. He was the 2006 recipient of the Hung Wo and Elizabeth Lau Ching Foundation Award for Faculty Service to the Community. In 2011 the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recognized his professional work with an Environmental Achievement Award in Climate Change Science.
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VANCE MEROLLA

Worldwide Director of Global Sustainability, Colgate-Palmolive Company (Course Creator & Lead Instructor)

As Worldwide Director of Global Sustainability for Colgate-Palmolive Company, a consumer products company based in New York City, Vance is responsible for leading Colgate’s worldwide sustainability strategy and programs around climate, energy efficiency, water stewardship, waste reduction, and sustainable buildings. Prior to his current 20+ years with Colgate, he was an environmental consulting group manager for the URS Corporation. Vance is a licensed professional engineer (PE) in the states of New York, New Jersey and Washington, a U.S. Green Building Council LEED-Accredited Professional, and a Member of the USGBC NJ Chapter Board of Directors. Vance is also an adjunct professor at Columbia University in NYC, where he teaches a graduate course in Sustainable Operations.
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Spotlight: Guest Events

Join a galaxy of leading climate voices in frank conversations about what’s working and what still needs work.

Fireside chats

Dynamic conversations with climate leaders to explore timely climate topics — from demystifying IPCC reports to discussing COP outcomes.

Guest talks

Lively and engaging small-group sessions that are designed to help you understand the practical applications of what you learn each week.

Live workshops

Hands-on & highly interactive sessions for you to practice new skills and and better grasp the complex climate topics introduced in the course.

Lifelong peer group

We bring together an accomplished group of passionate individuals from 25+ countries and every single climate sector.

Teams Pricing

$ 3,500 /per person
  • Teams of 5-14 people
$ 3,250 /per person
  • Teams of 15+ people

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Frequently asked questions

At the end of the program, Terra.do will issue all participating team members with a digital certificate of completion.

To get the most value out of the program, we recommend allowing 4 hours per week. Most of this time is flexible, self-paced study which can be easily fitted around your schedule. If this sounds like too much, our Learning for Action program may not be the best fit for your team.

This program is delivered in parallel with the “Climate Change: Learning for Action Program” which covers the basics of climate science, climate impacts, key solutions areas (including energy, food and farming, and carbon removal), adaptation, and accelerants of these solutions (including economics, finance, corporate climate action, and politics).

 

The teams offering also includes:

  • Mastermind sessions with experts from the Terra.do network to help you identify, workshop, and address key impact and solution areas for your team or organization
  • A dedicated lab group led by an expert facilitator to help you identify and realize your team’s collective climate goals
  • A custom track of deliverables for your team designed to help your team move toward and deliver its goals

Currently, we are not able to bill your company on your behalf. However, several organizations have learning or professional development budgets for their employees. We encourage you to enquire about and utilize this budget to attend the course. Terra.do will help you get reimbursed for the course by providing an invoice, a certificate, and any other documentation you need.

Not at all! This solution is for teams of 5 people or more and is designed to be flexible to your team’s needs, meaning less hurdles to navigate with your colleagues in finance and L&D.

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