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ClimateAction.tech

We are a community of practice of tech workers that provides support and guidance for systemic change in our organisations and industries, to face the climate crisis.

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You've found being part of the community valuable. A monthly 5 EUR donation makes it easier for us to plan.

€5 EUR / month

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You've found being part of the community valuable, and you use what you learn at work. You've found a project or new gig from being part of CAT.

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CARL is a Climate Action Resource Library that helps workers become climate champions.
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Terra.do

1,000 EUR since Feb 2021

2
dietrich ayala

441 EUR since Jan 2022

3
Sandra Pallier

265 EUR since Jan 2021

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Heather Baden

210 EUR since Jan 2021

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Asim Hussain

210 EUR since Feb 2021

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Guest

180 EUR since Jul 2021

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Piyush

170 EUR since Jan 2021

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James Crowley

170 EUR since Jun 2021

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Chris Pointon

170 EUR since Jun 2021

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Dan Lewis-Toakley

170 EUR since Jun 2021

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Nicola Bonotto

160 EUR since Jul 2021

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Luke Watts

150 EUR since Jul 2021

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Incognito

150 EUR since Aug 2021

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Michael Napper

130 EUR since Oct 2021

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Jeff Burka

105 EUR since Feb 2021

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The Green Web Foundation

1,000 EUR since Jan 2021

ClimateAction.tech is all of us

Our contributors 46

Thank you for supporting ClimateAction.tech.

Sandra Pallier

Admin

€265 EUR

Asim Hussain

Admin

€210 EUR

Michelle Thorne

Core Contributor

The Green Web...

€1,000 EUR

Terra.do

€1,000 EUR

dietrich ayala

€441 EUR

Heather Baden

€210 EUR

Guest

€180 EUR

Piyush

Little CAT 😸

€170 EUR

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Monthly financial contribution to ClimateAction.tech

Credit from Sandra Pallier to ClimateAction.tech

+€5.00EUR
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Contribution #116223
Monthly financial contribution to ClimateAction.tech (Big...

Credit from Luke Watts to ClimateAction.tech

+€10.00EUR
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Contribution #462828
Monthly financial contribution to ClimateAction.tech (Lit...

Credit from Ben Marsden to ClimateAction.tech

+€5.00EUR
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Contribution #464756
Today’s balance

€4,035.37 EUR

Total raised

€5,112.96 EUR

Total disbursed

€1,077.59 EUR

Estimated annual budget

€2,986.09 EUR

About



We are a community of practice of tech workers that provides support and guidance for systemic change in our organisations and industries, to face the climate crisis.  


The climate crisis requires a serious and sustained response from across civil society, and that includes the tech sector and technology professionals. ClimateAction.tech’s purpose is to empower technology professionals to play our part — to meet, discuss, learn and take climate action. 

Our vision is that everyone is working on the climate crisis at all levels, and together we are driving industry and society toward a sustainable future.

Our Story


The ClimateAction.tech community formed when a previously unaffiliated set of tech sector workers and employees found each other and bonded on a shared vision — to volunteer their own time, and to support and engage the entire tech sector in addressing the climate crisis.

This includes deep respect for the many existing efforts to tackle and address climate, an awareness of the privileged position many workers hold in tech, especially in wealthy countries, and a desire to contribute what we can through our time, skill-sets, positions and other possible resources.

Our approach is to advocate internally within tech, and to collaborate externally to support the broader climate movement from tech.

Since forming, our membership has ballooned globally, and now involves vibrant input from students and graduates, through managers, designers, developers and creatives who work in tech across a wide array of industries, all the way through to senior figures at the world’s largest tech companies.

You can learn more about us at climateAction.tech.

Our team