TerraPraxis is recognized as one of the most effective organizations tackling climate change.
When you read our 2021 Annual Review, you will see an organization that –during its first full year of operations– has contributed to a permanent change in both the perceptions of, and potential solutions to, the world’s biggest problem – decoupling energy and carbon emissions.
In this section you will learn why leaders in the Effective Altruism movement and beyond support TerraPraxis:
"TerraPraxis is a new organisation headed by Kirsty Gogan and Eric Ingersoll, a renowned advocate for (next-generation) nuclear power as a key piece of the climate solution puzzle. They focus on nuclear as a complement, rather than a competitor, to renewables with important applications beyond electricity, such as for industrial heat as well as hydrogen production. The organisation makes the case for a broad portfolio of solutions to the twin challenges of climate change and energy poverty. We support the scaling of this organisation through our Fund because we believe that TerraPraxis has an essential message and a good shot at becoming a well-known, impactful organisation in the climate space..."
TerraPraxis featured by William MacAskill, Author and originator of the Effective Altruism movement, in his new book:
“We know we are winning against climate change if carbon emissions decline, and the more the better. Each of us can encourage clean-tech innovation through political advocacy or by funding or working for effective nonprofits like Clean Air Task Force or TerraPraxis.”
William MacAskill, Author and originator of the Effective Altruism movement
"We believe that TerraPraxis continues to do incredibly important work around shaping a conversation for advanced nuclear to address critical decarbonisation challenges, such as the decarbonisation of hard-to-decarbonize sectors and the conundrum of how to deal with lots of very new coal plants that are unlikely to be prematurely retired.
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“We believe that TerraPraxis continues to do incredibly important work around shaping a conversation for advanced nuclear to address critical decarbonization challenges, such as the decarbonization of hard-to-decarbonize sectors and the conundrum of how to deal with lots of very new coal plants that are unlikely to be prematurely retired,” write Johannes Ackva and Luisa Sandkühler in their report for Founders Pledge
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