Terra.do is hosting India’s first online climate job fair

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Jobs across content, communications, product design and development, marketing, consumer

and business relations and more will be offered

Recruiters from TATA Power, Yulu, ElectricPe, Pyse, Climes and more will offer job

opportunities across verticals

India, 18th July, 2022: Terra.do, a global climate school and careers platform, will host India’s
first online climate jobs fair on its app on 20th July, 2022. Recruiters and Hiring Managers from
TATA Power, Yulu, ElectricPe, Pyse, Climes, String Bio, and more will be recruiting for diverse
roles at the fair.
Interested candidates need to register on Terra.do’s app where they can also be part of a network
of thousands of climate enthusiasts. Registration for employers, recruiters and hiring managers is
also open. The event is free for all. On the app, the candidates can shortlist the roles they are
interested in and attend live presentations by the employers followed by Q&A. The app will also
allow candidates to deep dive with hiring managers 1:1 to understand more about the company’s
culture, team growth, problems they are solving, and more.
The job fair will benefit professionals across skills and sectors. The event will include job offers
in Brand Communication, Content Marketing, Social Media, Graphic Designer, Product Design
and Development, Marketing, Consumer and Business Relations, Software, Data Science and
Analysis, Research, and more. Job profiles also include React Native, Frontend Developer,
UX/UI designers, iOS developers, DevOps, Full Stack, Web developer, Sustainability Expert,
and more. The employers are offering both remote and on-site jobs across Mumbai, Delhi,
Bengaluru and other Tier-I cities.
Employers are from a range of industries including Power, Energy and Renewable Energy,
Automobile, Big Data, Finance, Biotechnology, GeoScience, and more. While some companies
are ClimateTech, the others are transitioning to sustainability and a climate conscious mode of
business.

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On the announcement of the job fair, Anshuman Bapna, CEO and Co-Founder, Terra.do, said,
“By 2030, Terra.do aims to bring 100mn climate professionals into the workforce to solve the
climate crisis. It uses the trifecta of education, networking & actions to enable climate skilling
and career development. According to a report by PwC, Climate tech is booming across sectors.
Green Jobs are being created every minute in tech and business functions ranging from software
engineering to marketing to business development and more. The Government of India has also
launched the Skill Council for Green Jobs aligned to the National Skill Development Mission,
promoted by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) and Confederation of Indian
Industry (CII). Delhi and Tamil Nadu Government among others have also promised green jobs
in their policies.”