The best way of finding out what’s going on and how to take action is to listen and talk to those who are already active. If you’re aware of additional sources and communities, reach out!
A podcast by Jason Jacobs, tech startup manager, and his quest to reorient his career around helping solve climate change for this next chapter and beyond. Includes interviews with a wide range of people in the thick of tackling the problem.
The German equivalent of My Climate Journey. Doreen Rietentiet and David Wortmann interview people fighting for sustainability and show the small and big levers to move companies, politics, media and society.
Every week, meteorologist Paul Huttner presents the latest research on climate change. Focus is on science and understanding the impact of climate and ecosystems breaking down.
As billions are being shifted to invest into climate mitigation, a rapidly growing ecosystem of startups is emerging. The best way to discover them is through various Slack communities:
- ClimateAction.tech: A global community of tech professionals using our skills, expertise and platforms to support solutions to the climate crisis.
- My Climate Journey (paid membership): Hundreds of individuals supporting each other’s climate journey.
- TeamClimate (German): Created as a community to follow up on the 2020 Climate Summit this is becoming a German sustainability community.
Matcha recommends you what NGOs to best help to stop the climate crisis! And it happens to be Imagine Zero’s first project.
Extinction Rebellion is a decentralised, international and politically non-partisan movement using non-violent direct action and civil disobedience to persuade governments to act justly on the Climate and Ecological Emergency.
350 is an international movement of ordinary people working to end the age of fossil fuels and build a world of community-led renewable energy for all. Fossil Free Europe became part of 350 a few years ago.