Technology professionals using our skills, tools, and influence to amplify the Climate Movement.
Technology professionals from many companies — such as Google, Facebook, Tumblr, Etsy, Github, SoundCloud, Lyft and many more — are coming together under the banner of ClimateAction.tech to find ways to accelerate solutions to climate change.
Working in tech, we naturally believe in the potential of design, engineering, innovation and technology. Our goal is incubate tech professionals and support the tech industry in combating climate change and advocating rapid transition to renewable energy.
How sustainable is your tech company? Our accelerator helps employees improve their company's carbon footprint, helping them collaborate with like-minded climate advocates and leading figures in other tech companies.
The program builds on our tech sector sustainability guide, which includes advice on how to craft a commitment, navigate internal departments and politics, and measure and reduce your company's carbon footprint.
Participation is free — to learn more and get involved, contact us now:
A growing contingent of tech workers started a grassroots effort to fight the Trump administration’s anti-environment policies.
Workers from big-name tech companies and small startups are joining the People's Climate March later this month in Washington, D.C.
We're a friendly and inclusive bunch, and we'd like to help you get plugged into a community of people from all kinds of backgrounds who share a common interest in tackling the climate crisis.
To say hi, join our Slack and post an intro. If you are not a Slack user, email us at [email protected]. Tell us your name, city, and (optionally) where you work or what you enjoy working on. This is simply to help us get you properly connected in our growing network.
We're excited to hear from you!