It seeks to educate software engineers in key industry sectors that require software skills to have a massive positive impact on climate change.
Terra.do, a climate education and career change platform that has launched a new course for software engineers aimed at helping 100 million people work with climate by 2030. The program seeks to educate software engineers in key industry sectors who need software skills to have a massive positive impact on climate change.
The program is suitable for anyone who wants to contribute to climate work through software engineering. The course extends over five weeks, starting with climate change, its effects and the latest in climate science, and the role of software in forecasting, production, use and policies. It will help you understand how software enables climate action with a preliminary discussion on climate change mitigation, adaptation and resilience.
Supported by Indian CEOs and investors, the startup’s goal is to address climate change using education, networking and the Trifeta of Action. They raised an initial 1.5M from a group of climate-conscious angel investors, including: Zomato founder and CEO Dipinder Goel, Zerodha founder and CEO, Nithin Kamath, MakeMyTrip founder and CEO Deep Kalra, former Flipkart Chief People Officer McKinnon. Maheshwari, Amit Gupta, founder of Yulu and Ashish Gupta, co-founder of Helion Venture Partners.