Every worker can be a climate champion

Learn how to reduce the environmental footprint of your job and how to use your profession for climate action. 

Welcome

CARL is a place to find resources and inspiration for climate action within your community and workplace.

We’re getting started with creating resources, and we’ll be adding new ones each month. If you would like to help write a resource for your profession, please get in touch!

Thanks for visiting & thanks for taking climate action!

Resource Previews

Each resource is collaboratively written and reviewed by people who have worked in these jobs. We believe that everyone is holding a piece of the solution to the climate crisis. 

We need your help to write and review these guides, to make sure they’re effective & relevant! If you would like to get involved, please email hello@carl.eco.

IT Specialists thumbnail: cables

IT Specialists can help slow down the cycle of annual upgrades and reduce e-waste. IT Specialists also have a superpower: they can  talk about climate to everyone, through business continuity & disaster planning.

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There are nearly 10 million job openings and 8.6 million people seeking jobs. Imagine what might happen if everyone asked potential employers about their sustainability  and climate goals?

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With the increase in extreme weather events, climate anxiety and trauma is on the rise. Therapists have an important role to play in helping individuals navigate the climate crisis. 

Vote for what we work on next

Our goal this year is to create climate action guides for 50 different jobs. We want to start with the ones that our community is most excited about! 

Let us know what jobs you’ve had that could have been more less wasteful, more efficient, and more earth & people-friendly.

Film & Video Production

Customer Service Representatives

Journalists

Food Services