Food production makes up 25% of the global climate footprint. We're in the business of lowering that.
We are giving the food industry tools to understand their climate footprint. There is a growing trend to print the climate footprint on food packages. We want to help out by providing correct numbers, allowing people to make informed decisions about what to eat.
We are looking for motivated people who want to make an impact. Interested? Please get in touch.
We expect You to know You best. In general, you get to pick your tools and decide how to make the most of them.
Get better together
You'll be working closely with motivated people that joined the company since they want to change the world. But we are doing something very new, and we are figuring it out together as we go. Sharing mistakes and learnings makes us better at this.
What it's like to work at CarbonCloud
Working here is a great way to try out new things and push your comfort zone, if you want to. We don't have a specialist in every area yet, counting on the team being flexible and stepping in wherever needed. Some of us stick to our ordinary job descriptions, but we also have developers trying out sales, and designers doing marketing.
We are flexible with hours and remote work where needed, trusting everyone to do their best to work in a way that's effective. We're currently doing a mixed setup with some people working remotely full time. We are looking forward to working together at the office after the pandemic!
We are working on something we believe will become really important. But we are in it for the long run, so it's important to make room for the things in life outside of work. The fika-breaks tend to spur nerdy discussions, and some enjoy to go for a run together. The best ideas are seldom cracked while staring at a screen.
We won't expect you to do more than an average of 40 h work per week. And we won't keep track of how you spend your time either, because trust.
We do climate footprint calculations for food producers, insights on where to improve, and transparency to consumers through packaging labels. The science is hard, the product is simple. We are building a global network of climate calculations - improve one calculation, and the others react.