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Terra.do Brings Climate Learning To Software Engineers

Intends to educate software engineers on critical industry sectors that need software skills to have a massive positive impact on climate change.

Terra.do, a climate education and career transition platform with the mission to get 100 million people working on climate by 2030, has introduced a new course for software engineers. The program intends to educate software engineers on critical industry sectors that need software skills to have a massive positive impact on climate change. 

The program is perfect for anyone looking to contribute to climate action via software engineering. The course is spread across five weeks starting with an introduction to climate change, its impact and the latest in climate science, and the role of software in forecasting, production, consumption, and policies. It will go on to help understand the latest on climate change mitigation, adaptation, and resilience with a preliminary discussion on how software enables climate action. 

Backed by Indian CEOs & investors, the startup aims to solve climate change using the trifecta of education, networking & action. They raised $1.5M in early-stage funding from a group of climate-conscious angel investors that include: Zomato Founder & CEO Deepinder Goyal, Zerodha Founder & CEO, Nithin Kamath, MakeMyTrip Founder & CEO Deep Kalra, Former Flipkart Chief People Officer Mekin Maheshwari, Yulu Founder Amit Gupta and Helion Venture Partners Co-founder Ashish Gupta.


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