Driven By Impact is Climate People's monthly newsletter focusing on news, insights, and action-packed resources. Read for all of April's updates.
April is Earth Month! This year, there was a significant buzz surrounding quitting your job and making an actionable difference by working on climate. Tyler from Pique Action laid it out for us. 👇👇👇
→ Tuesday was our first birthday! Thank you for all of your support, we truly couldn't do it without all of you!
→ Our mission is to get more people working on climate. Tell us what's preventing you and you could win a $100 gift card.
→ Watch our "How To Get a Job in Climate" Webinar panel discussion to learn how to navigate your job search.→ Are you a developer looking to make an impact? Development Hackers has community-based resources.→ Tired of the climate lingo? We break it down for you in our weekly #1-MinuteClimateSnippet
→ We're conducting a survey to pinpoint some of the barriers that are preventing people from working on climate. Some of our earliest findings show that 71% of respondents see the role climate jobs play in reducing GHG emissions &90% have considered taking a job. 👀Tell us your story for a chance to win a $100 Patagonia gift card.
Climate People announces expansion of recruitment services to include deep tech, science, and business-related functions. Check out our talent portal for pre-vetted, mission-driven candidates ready to make a difference in your company!
The field of climate tech is rapidly growing, and software engineers and data scientists are in high demand. However, finding a job in this sector can be challenging, especially if you're looking for a specific role.
The impacts of climate change can be seen in different fields, including agriculture, marine science, materials science, environmental science, and so on. As a result, there has been an increasing demand for scientists who can help in mitigating the effects of climate change