Coding Climate's newsletter - here we go!
Welcome! Thanks for signing up for Coding Climate’s newsletter. I’m Stuart, and I’ll be your guide for today.
Some of you signed up for this newsletter quite a while ago, so I’m delighted to finally be able to send issue no. 1 to you.
Here, I get to bring you regular (but not too regular, because spammy! 😉) updates on what’s happening out there in the world of climate tech.
For this inaugural issue, allow me to make the briefest of introductions to myself and the site.
As described in the very first blog post, I’m fascinated by climate science as well as tech. On top of that, I’m learning to code. What combines all of these? You guessed it: climate technology.
So, here we are: articles and write-ups all about what’s going on in the world of climate tech.
And, it’s a lot! Though, if you’re reading this, you’re probably very much aware of this trend. Let’s find out more about what these projects and developments are.
Lots more coming soon
Things may have been quiet on the site for the last couple of months, but they will now be picking up speed: the site has had a quick redesign to cut out all the chaff and bloat, thereby making it blazingly fast and nice and responsive.
Plenty of new posts are in the works, in varying stages of completion at the moment. I’ll be sure to share them with you shortly, both as posts on the blog and via this very newsletter.
If you’d like to check out the articles and posts to date, please head over to the site and have a look around: codingclimate.com. Don’t forget, I’m always keen to hear your feedback!
Please feel free to get in touch (or leave a comment below) to discuss whatever’s on your mind in the realm of climate tech.
Thanks again for joining me on this journey of exploration.
Until the next time!