Our team is kind, diverse, and effective. Together we want to use education to help solve climate change.
You will write and review original scientific content to be published on our social media account @climate_science, read lots, and have discussions with the content and art team! Your contributions will be credited in our platform, while you get the scope to work on exciting educational projects to provide impactful resources for learners :)
You will create scientifically accurate case studies to be used in the ClimateScience Olympiad platform. You read lots and develop scientifically solvable problems based on the climatic changes happening around the world. Meanwhile you get the chance to work alongside a supportive global team to provide impactful climate education :)
Help review our “Personal Action” climate course. This course highlights the importance and impact of personal action in tackling climate change. We’re looking for experts in this field to review and relay feedback and suggestions to our content team, ensuring our resources stay reliable, up to date and accessible for everyone.
Help review our “Undo Climate Change'' course. The course highlights the scientific aspects of carbon removal technologies, the barriers to implementation as well as the potential for mitigation. We’re looking for experts in this field to review and relay feedback and suggestions to our content team, ensuring our resources stay reliable, up to date and accessible for everyone.
You will design and illustrate posts, user interfaces and/or animations to be used across all ClimateScience platforms. Meanwhile you get to work with a robust and friendly community by staying active in our communication platforms :)
You will contribute to our mission of making ClimateScience content accessible globally. Responsibilities include translating courses, subtitles, books and more from English to your native language. Accuracy, tone, and meaning preservation are crucial. Collaborate with other translators and team members for consistent terminology and quality translations
If you don’t find what you’re looking for, write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us how you would like to contribute!