At Climatebase, we're mobilizing talent for a climate-positive world.
We’re focused on solving one of the biggest challenges faced by organizations working on climate: Hiring.
Our platform helps people discover climate jobs and transition into the space — and in doing so, we help climate-focused organizations hire the mission-driven talent they need to succeed.
Since our launch in July 2020, Climatebase has become the world's leading platform for climate jobs, talent, and community:
Climatebase is both a product-centric and community-centric technology company.
We’re the first hiring platform entirely focused on climate. With hundreds-of-thousands of users in the past year, we’re increasingly being recognized as the go-to jobs and talent marketplace for the rapidly growing climate tech vertical.
Additionally, we’re now doubling-down on community, having successfully launched our first-of-many cohort-based courses, the Climatebase Fellowship, with an inaugural 150-person cohort selected from over 2,500 applicants we received. We’re now in the early stages of scaling our cohort-based courses, and in doing so, planting the seeds of community that will eventually flywheel into a scaled professional network — one that we may fully integrated into our platform and make core to our product’s user experience.
Our vision is to become the market network for climate — think “LinkedIn for climate”: part employment marketplace, and part professional network for individuals and organizations mission-focused on addressing climate change.
About our team
Our remote-first team is made up of passionate, diverse, climate-concerned technologists, operators, and community builders.
We have both big-tech and startup experience, coming from major technology companies like Slack, Netflix, Oracle, and Gusto, and having spent years in the trenches early-stage startups like Make School, a software engineering education company backed by Y Combinator, Andreessen Horowitz, and Kapor Capital.
Our advisors, allies, and partners include leaders from Project Drawdown, New Energy Nexus, Third Sphere, and many of the climate organizations hiring on Climatebase.