Learn how to solve climate change.
Mentoring, projects, and a community for students pursuing a career that makes the world a better place.Apply now
Next cohort from 2nd Oct. Apply till 4th Sep.
Solving climate change is possible
and here is how ClimateScience Explore can help you be a part of solving it
Gain outstanding knowledge of solutions to climate change.
Connect with forerunners of science, business, and policy.
Participate in challenging, yet entertaining activities with your peers.
Selective but free
ClimateScience Explore is free for everyone. But it's hard to get in!
Discover tools that help you solve difficult, real-world problems.
Make friends from all over the world who share your passions.
Values shared by Explorers
You are constantly looking forward to your next learning opportunity.
You are motivated and willing to go above and beyond to solve climate change.
You thrive in friendly environments and seek to make a positive impact on the world.
Fill the form
Apply here. Our team will reach out to you with next steps.
You will have 2 weeks to research and write an essay about climate change. Show us your curiosity, creativity and ability to go in-depth with your solutions!
Jump on an informal call with an Explore team member to help us get to know you better.
After passing the application stages, you will follow a 3-week introduction program with your fellow members, as a trial to test your commitment and abilities.
You're in! For 2 months you will meet experts, exchange ideas and participate in fun and challenging activities.
At the end of the program, get a certificate assessing your curiosity, passion and motivation to solve climate change!
“It’s incredibly inspiring and motivating to speak with Explore's young community. They clearly want to play an active role in shaping a sustainable future.”
“Explore aims to bring together the brightest youth who want to give their all to make the world a better place.”
Choose one of our programs when you apply. If you want to do both, you can do the second as part of another cohort after completing the first.
Feeding our growing population sustainably is one of the main challenges of this century. How can we revolutionize current agricultural practices to get it done?
A fair and rapid transition to sustainable energy is a crucial step in reaching zero emissions – energy is our number one climate problem after all!
and many more