Our Mission: Reduce Global Warming

Global warming is the biggest challenge in the world! The main cause of global warming is CO2 emission. Therefore, if we find ways to reduce global CO2 emissions, we can make the world a better place!

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Initiatives that we are involved in

What is the Climate Crisplet?

We are a community dedicated to reducing global warming, mainly by finding ways to reduce global CO2 emissions.

Some of us work full time on this, while most work part-time. It’s really up to each individual.

We started this community because we noticed that a lot of very smart, passionate people are worried about global warming and want to do something about it, but aren’t sure where to start. So we hope this community will be an informal gathering spot, a center of gravity where we inspire and inform each other, and learn together how to contribute effectively.

What’s a “Crisplet” anyway?

Crisp is a Swedish consulting company. Crisplet is just the term we use for an internal community of interest. Although in this case it is an open community.

So think of Crisp as the host of the community. See dna.crisp.se for more info about this interesting and rather odd company :o)

What does it mean to be a member?

Climate Crisplet is an open and inclusive community. Feel free to join if you share our mission and are willing to invest some time and/or money on it. You choose when & how to contribute.

We’re definitely not alone, so we’re happy to support and collaborate with other organizations that share the same mission.

How do I join?

Fill in this survey: Climate Crisplet - I’m in!

How do I get in touch?

Email climate AT crisp.se (we read all emails but can’t guarantee a response, depends on email volume)

How are you reducing global warming?

We don’t have any complete list, but we blog about some stuff here. We aim to pull whatever levers we can - technology, policy, law, market forces, research, education, lobbying, etc. We’ve listed some initiatives we are involved in at the top of this page.

How do you work in practice?

Currently we have an active slack and meetups every month or two (both face to face and online).

What are your guiding principles?