Online Climate School ‘Terra.do’ Raises $1.4 Million In Seed Funding
Terra.do, an online climate school, has raised $1.4 million in a seed round led by Stanford Angels and Entrepreneurs (India), BEENEXT Emerging Asia, Rainmatter Capital, and prominent angel investors from India and US.
Founded by Anshuman Bapna, Kamal Kapadia, and Mayank Jain in 2020, Terra.do is an online climate school aiming to solve climate change.
Terra.do provides online learning programmes and has a community that helps individuals worldwide transition their skills into working on severe climate change problems.
Terra.do selects ‘extremely motivated individuals’ who’re already skilled in their fields for their 12-week online program.
The startup, by bringing the world’s top experts, then teaches selected candidates all aspects of climate – science, policy, business, social justice.
Talking about this funding round, Anshuman Bapna, Founder of Terra.do, said,
“Climate change is such a ‘wicked’ problem because both the problems and solutions are so deeply interconnected. That’s why we were keen to get investors on board that reflected that diversity of experience, geography, and mindset.
And most importantly, we wanted partners in this journey that knew a thing or two about the “do” part of Terra – operators with real-world experience building great companies and communities. We’re lucky to have these incredible individuals and institutions onboard.”
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