In March 2021, Project Drawdown, Trane Technologies, Intuit launched the world’s first major educational experience video focused on solving climate change. Along with Chris Kohlhardt, an engineer, investor, and philanthropist, the immersive video brings to life real-world action with the hope of speeding up drawdown.
Called Climate Solutions 101 the multimedia education experience on climate change is now live. The immersive six-part video experience details how solutions on-hand today can make meaningful and equitable global change, and get us to the point of ‘drawdown,’ the point in the future when levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere stop climbing and start to steadily decline.
Project Drawdown said it is “committed to sharing—at no cost—the science and inspiration behind the safest, fastest, and most equitable climate solutions available today.”
Climate Solutions 101 presents the latest need-to-know science, along with fascinating insights from global leaders in climate policy, research, investment, and beyond. The video series is open-access and free to anyone who wants to learn how human action today can reverse the climate crisis for generations to come.
The partnership fully aligns with our view that collaboration and science-based approaches are vital to taking the right actions for a sustainable future.”
“We know today that simply trying to do less harm isn’t enough—we have to start moving toward solutions that reverse the impacts of climate change,” said Sean Kinghorn, Intuit’s global sustainability leader. “At Intuit, partners like Project Drawdown are helping us identify climate solutions and build the tools needed to create actionable behavior change. More than ever, it’s going to take all of us to look beyond our own impact to create the collective positive change required to save our planet.”
Climate Solutions 101 viewers can listen to leading climate scientists and thinkers detail a vision for the climate road ahead, including weather expert Marshall Shepherd, paleo climatologist Lisa Graumlich, food and agriculture scientist Navin Ramankutty, transportation specialist Ryan Allard, climatology scientist Marcos Costa, global change pioneer Jessica Hellmann, climate and environmental politics expert Leah Stokes, angel investor and energy advocate Ramez Naam, renowned venture capitalist Ibrahim AL Husseini, and air quality scientist Tracey Holloway.
Project Drawdown is the world’s leading resource for climate solutions. Its mission is to help the world reach “Drawdown”— the point in the future when levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere stop climbing and start to steadily decline, thereby stopping catastrophic climate change—as quickly, safely, and equitably as possible. To learn more, visit drawdown.org.