We empower people to contribute to real, systemic climate solutions.
ClimateScience is a UK-based global charity led by hundreds of driven volunteers from 30 countries and a small team of staff. We aim to make learning engaging, accessible and reliable.
Research on Development & Agriculture at MIT; Research on Deep Learning at TU Vienna & Facebook AI; Computer Science at the University of Cambridge.
CEO & Co-Founder
Honors in environmental sciences and economics from McGill university. Lot's of work with science education for children and research on peatlands.
Science Communication Lead
Economics, Environment, and International Development student at McGill University; Coordinator for climate and sustainability education initiatives
Science Communication Lead
6 years experience as a Graphic Designer. The University of Lincoln Graduate. Wildlife Conservation Volunteer.
Head of Design & Communication
Research at National University of Singapore (NUS) and Agency for Science, Technology and Research. Climate activist. Competitive debater.
Head of Illustration
Climate activist and FridaysForFuture mobilizer. ECOPEACE youth trustee. Competitive debator.
Director of Global Community
Social Entrepreneur from India, Ex-Founder of Kriya Labs, Communicating climate through writings and photographs.
Director of Partnerships & Olympiad
Research Intern at Agency of Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR); Regularly organising community work.
Co-Director of Partnerships
MPhil in Zoology at University of Cambridge; Graduate in Natural Sciences, University of Cambridge.
Undergraduate student of EcoCity at the University of Lodz
Director of Translation
Political Science undergrad from India; Gender equality & education access advocate
Head of Clubs
Computer Science Student; built COVID-safety tool for distance measurement
Student in Brazil and science enthusiast
Chief Information Officer
Computer science PhD graduate from University of Cambridge, specializing in public engagement technology for citizen science; avid scuba diver and conservation volunteer.
Head of Finance & Fundraising
From Pizza Delivery Boy to CEO at Xenis AG.; Coaching, Teambuilding, Human Development, Learning Organization. Organizer at ParentsForFuture movement.
Trustee & Strategy Advisor
After decades of working in the field of environment, climate change and development at the scientific and policy level I retired recently from my post as Secretary of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. I am particular interested in human rights, poverty alleviation and gender issues, as they relate to climate change and development.
Climate action, innovation, purpose and sustainability at Virgin. Co-founder: Carbon Removal Centre. Advisor & volunteer: several climate action & purpose-driven accelerators, awards, non-profits, and ventures. Passion for all the sciences - master of none.
Sophie was Deputy Executive Director at Unicef UK. Before that, she was MD at the Gin Hub and global marketing director at Chivas Brothers. She launched a “Business as a Force for Good” campaign around the world, reaching over 10,000 social entrepreneurs.
Mariana is an international journalist and communications expert. After 20 years of experience in the media and the United Nations she founded 10 Billion Solutions to help organizations unleash the power of communications as a force for good.
Atmospheric physicist, Fellow of the Royal Society. Formerly: Co-Director Grantham Institute on Climate Change and Environment at Imperial College London, Head of Imperial College Physics Department, President of the Royal Meteorological Society, Lead Author for Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
Experience: Director, Cambridge Zero; Associate Fellow, Centre for Science & Policy Cambridge; Reader at Environmental Data Science University of Cambridge; Fellow & Co-chair at Royal Meteorological Society; Advisor at UK Government.
Professor of Environmental History, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria; Full member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences; Member of Academia Europea, Chairperson of the Commission of Interdisciplinary Ecologcal Studies.
Experience: Professor of Biodiversity, University of Oxford; Senior Associate of the International Institute for Environment and Development; Senior Fellow of the Oxford Martin School. Founder & Director of Nature-based Solutions Initiative.
Matthew is a science communicator and environmentalist. He is a Co-Founder and the Head Teacher at AimHi. He has appeared across the BBC, spoken for TEDxLondon and advises the World Congress of Science & Factual Producers. Specialising in impact beyond the echo chamber, his online videos have over 25 million views and his environmental campaigns have been supported by Peter Gabriel and Sir Paul McCartney. Matthew holds a 1st Class MChem from the University of Oxford.
The University of Cambridge is launching an ambitious new climate change initiative to create a zero-carbon future. In this capacity, it supports and connects innovative projects and research.
Cambridge Zero (University of Cambridge)
The Nature-based Solutions Initiative provides scientific evidence for policy makers on how to use nature to adapt to and mitigate climate change.
Nature-Based Solutions Initiative (University of Oxford)
Australian Government-funded research center on climate change with a network of hundreds of climate scientists.
Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes
The Grantham Institute sits at the heart of Imperial College London's work on climate change and the environment. Learn more at https://www.imperial.ac.uk/grantham/
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)'s initiative for global climate action.
United Nations Climate Change: Global Climate Action
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)'s initiative for climate empowerment.
Action for Climate Empowerment
Eric has worked at MIT, Facebook AI, TU Vienna, and Luxembourg University – all before completing his first year at the University of Cambridge. This was possible because of free online education. When he was 14, he started studying Physics and Computer Science through MIT's 'Open CourseWare' program, and other online material. Consequently, Eric understands the impact online education can have and wants to use this to help the next generation of brilliant climate enthusiasts learn what they need to know in order to solve the world's biggest problems. Beyond work, Eric enjoys hiking, rock music, and animated movies.
Isabel graduated from Natural Sciences with a specialisation in Zoology at the University of Cambridge. After that, she started working as a research assistant at the Nature-based Solutions Initiative (NBSI) at the University of Oxford, where she conducts research into climate change adaptation, forests, and ecosystems. Isabel regularly supports charities and environmental initiatives with her artwork that illustrates scientific topics she discovered through her degree at Cambridge and through her volunteering with various research and conservation programs in an engaging way. Isabel was part of ClimateScience from 2019 until early 2020 and now focuses on research on nature-based solutions.