The Climate School, powered by Kite Insights, is a sustainability education programme that equips employees with the knowledge, motivation and tools to transform organisations for a climate-friendly future – no matter what industry you’re in or where you are in the world.Try The Climate School
The necessity for organisations to make a sustainable shift has never been more urgent. Every job will be a climate job and employees want to see their employers taking stronger climate action.
Future climate champions exist in every company today. Businesses that rapidly upskill their talent to power the green transformation will thrive.
Climate change education empowers employees and provides new skills and knowledge to work more confidently across all areas of their role. Personal development opportunities that include specific action on climate change are increasingly sought out by employees when choosing where to work and develop in their careers.
Evidence has shown that having environmental goals for a business leads to improved:
Setting up your business for the upcoming change now means reaping rewards in the future.
Our corporate sustainability education combines new learning methods with the very best climate content available. Organisations receive access to the latest data, information and tools needed by employees to find solutions and innovate.
Video-based e-learning, featuring experts, scientists and engaging presenters, such as Sophia Cheng (pictured).
Lessons sorted into bite-sized playlists for users to work through at their own pace.
A range of complementary live and virtual workshops, webinars and masterclasses.
Creating and curating – with partners – some of the best content and learning experiences around climate and sustainability.
Alongside learning, we also provide live sessions to work with your teams through:
The Climate School learning model is flexible to suit your team, allowing organisations to start their journey at the point that suits them.
Mike was Director of Sustainable Business at Marks & Spencer until 2019, spearheading its ground-breaking Plan A sustainability programme. He co-chaired the Consumer Goods Forum’s sustainability work bringing the world’s largest retailers and fast-moving consumer goods brands together to work on issues such as deforestation, plastics and forced labour.
Sue spent over 35 years at KPMG UK where she was most recently Vice Chairman and Head of ESG. As a Board member, Sue chaired the People Committee (incorporating nomination/remuneration, people policies and culture) and was a member of the Risk Committee.
François’ research deals mostly with environmental and migration governance and he has worked in particular on populations displaced by environmental changes and the policies of adaptation to climate change, as well as on asylum and migration policies.
Johan is an internationally recognised scientist on global sustainability issues and led the development of the Planetary Boundaries framework for human development in the current era of rapid global change. Johan is a leading scientist on global water resources, with more than 25 years of experience in applied water research in tropical regions and more than 150 research publications, from applied land and water management to global sustainability.
Katharine leads The All We Can Save Project, which supports women leading on climate. She speaks widely, including at National Geographic, Skoll World Forum and the United Nations. A homegrown Atlantan, Katharine holds a doctorate in geography and environment from Oxford, where she was a Rhodes Scholar, and a BA in religion from Sewanee, where she is now a visiting professor.
Still not sure if working with the Climate School is right for your business? Don’t just take our word for it.
“The e-learning has provided us with a great foundation and we’re excited to explore with the Climate School how we can support our employees to go further and deeper.”
“With employees motivated and ready to act, we can accelerate our ambition and our journey as an impact company and meet the challenge of the climate crisis.”
“The Climate Action Readiness Assessment gave us a much deeper understanding of our employee base. It’s helped us appreciate where our employees are at and what must be done next to unlock potential and drive progress in their learning.”