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Climate Crisis Collective

Funding open source projects to help movements for the climate

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Robin Chan

$5,000 USD since Feb 2020

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Chad Dickerson

$3,000 USD since Feb 2020

3
David Belt

$2,500 USD since Feb 2020

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Incognito

$2,500 USD since Feb 2020

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Diane Lefroy

$620 USD since Feb 2020

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Ulrike Hoffmann-Burchardi

$500 USD since Feb 2020

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Scott Belsky

$500 USD since Mar 2020

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James

$200 USD since Sep 2019

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Momo Bi Daniel Terc

$200 USD since Feb 2020

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William Charnock

$200 USD since Feb 2020

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Yevgen Safronov

$170 USD since Feb 2020

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Till Sanders

$102 USD since Jun 2020

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Rebecca Kaden

$100 USD since Feb 2020

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Marielle Smith

$100 USD since Feb 2020

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Ken Wang

$100 USD since Feb 2020

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The Eutopia Foundation

$275,000 USD since Aug 2019

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Solomon Wilson Family Foundation

$10,000 USD since Sep 2019

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DigitalOcean

$1,000 USD since Mar 2020

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Algolia

$466 USD since Dec 2019

Climate Crisis Collective is all of us

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Thank you for supporting Climate Crisis Collective.

The Eutopia F...

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Solomon Wilso...

$10,000 USD

Robin Chan

$5,000 USD

Happy Birthday Albert. Great cause.

Chad Dickerson

$3,000 USD

David Belt

$2,500 USD

incognito

$2,500 USD

Such a commendable cause, and belated Happy Bir...

DigitalOcean

$1,000 USD

Thank you for the work you're doing, CCC 💙

Diane Lefroy

$620 USD

Scott Belsky

$500 USD

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Today’s balance

$12,801.02 USD

Total raised

$273,301.02 USD

Total disbursed

$260,500.00 USD

Estimated annual budget

$302.11 USD

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Action Network Improvements

After an extensive analysis of needs for organizers of decentralized climate movements (Sunrise, Extinction Rebellion, Fridays for Future) Climate Crisis Collective helped develop the brand new "Activist" tab in the Action Network softwa...
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Published on February 10, 2020 by Albert Wenger

About


The solution to the Climate Crisis will not only be technological. We also need activism and we also need to rebuild our local communities to become more resilient to face this crisis.

But technology can help. The Climate Crisis Collective aims at financing the development of open source projects that movements for the climate around the world need to organize and to raise awareness.

So far, we financed the Digital Strike for the Climate (http://digital.globalclimatestrike.net/thanks), the RebelsManager (https://github.com/ExtinctionRebellion/RebelsManager), as well as major upgrades to software used daily by Fridays For Future, Sunrise Movement and Extinction Rebellion.  We have identified additional needs that these organizations have that can be met quickly.

Our goal is to eventually provide the Wordpress / GitHub that every local group needs to organize around those issues. Wordpress has played a key role in the explosion of blogs. It made it easy for everyone to start a blog. Now we need to make it super easy for every local community to organize to raise awareness around the climate crisis. 

We also use the GitHub analogy because today most initiatives for the climate feel like open source software before Github, each in their own corner with their own way of doing things. It makes it very hard to discover them and to contribute. GitHub solved that by creating a common interface for everyone. However, to be resilient, we also want to make sure that those communities can operate in a decentralized way without having to rely on a centralized infrastructure.

Please reach out to use if you’d like to contribute to this effort.

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