What we do

The Climate Jobs website exists to enable people to get amazing jobs fighting climate change.

Where we do it

We focus on underprivileged regions in the UK and spread the word in schools, colleges and universities as people are thinking about the kind of careers they want to build. We can also help people to transition into a climate job if they are already in work.

What’s a Climate Job?

Climate change presents a wealth of opportunity across many different skill sets: from science and engineering to design, marketing, sales and many more.

A climate job might be in the environment sector, part of the global transition to clean energy, in transport, local government or within a company enabling them to develop a sustainability strategy that’s not just a greenwash.

Climate jobs are global and you could be developing local community owned power projects, enabling energy access or education abroad. Every country on the planet will feel the effects of climate change.

We can help

We organise local outreach and our blog is packed with advice and downloads, as well as climate news.

Recent Posts

Bags of shame for the environment #bagsofshame

News today that brought joy to my sad little heart: the East West Market in Vancouver is using shame to prompt people to bring their own bags instead of using dirty polluting plastic bags. Hoping that bags saying things like “Wart Ointment Wholesale” or “Into the Weird Adult Video Emporium” will encourage people to bring … Continue reading Bags of shame for the environment #bagsofshame

BP Report: Carbon emissions in the energy industry went up in 2018

“The longer carbon emissions continue to rise, the harder and more costly will be the necessary eventual adjustment to net-zero carbon emissions.” Bob Dudley, CEO, BP Despite a 14.5% growth in the renewables industry, the equivalent of an additional 400 million combustion engine cars was emitted last year. The Guardian reports the news that carbon … Continue reading BP Report: Carbon emissions in the energy industry went up in 2018

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