Transitioning To Climate Tech - January 19
Tom Steyer and Astrid Atkinson discuss emerging opportunities to transition to the climate tech industry
Want to work in climate tech?
Momentum is growing, thanks to the confluence of many forces, including international, local, state, and federal policy changes like the recently-passed Inflation Reduction Act.
Responsible Innovation Labs invites you to the “Transitioning to Climate Tech” webinar, featuring Tom Steyer and Astrid Atkinson, who will discuss key questions about opportunities, transferable skills, open roles, companies that need to be built, and the current landscape of resources (see a partial list below).
What: Responsible Innovation Labs Webinar: “Transitioning to Climate Tech”
Who: Tom Steyer (Founder, Galvanize Climate Solutions and Farallon Capital) + Astrid Atkinson (Co-Founder and CEO, Camus Energy; former Senior Director of Software Engineering, Google)
When: January 19, 2023 @ 9:30 am PT / 12:30 pm ET on Zoom
How: Email email@example.com with “Climate Tech” in the subject line for your invitation
Why: Help the Responsible Innovation community transition to climate tech
We would appreciate your help spreading the word to future founders, senior and mid-level managers, anyone looking to transition, or interested in learning more about climate tech.
Tom Steyer is an investor, business leader, philanthropist, and activist fighting the climate crisis. Tom founded Farallon Capital Management, Beneficial State Bank, and Galvanize Climate Solutions.
Astrid Atkinson is CEO and Co-Founder of Camus Energy, a grid management software platform. Before making the climate tech transition, Astrid was Senior Director of Software Engineering at Google.
With gratitude for the pioneers in the climate tech transition, we share a few resources:
Climate Action Tech (Slack community)
Climate People (and Climate Career Toolkit)
My Climate Journey (and Slack community)
New Energy Nexus (and Slack community)
Terra.do (and Educational Courses)
Work on Climate (and Slack community)