Climate News & Job Email Lists I Subscribe To

My favorites have an asterisk.

Mostly Mixed Opportunities (Webinars, Programs, Media Content, Jobs)

*MIT Energy Initiative:

  • Not only MIT focused content!
  • Resources including articles, podcasts, competitions, and events
  • Internships/jobs

*Climate Change AI:

  • Climate change and machine learning
  • Opportunities, readings

*Work on Climate:

  • Scroll down to Get the Newsletter button
  • Meetups, events, resource links
  • Internships, jobs, volunteer opportunities

*MIT Energy and Climate Club:

  • Not only MIT focused
  • Jobs, conferences, events

MIT Water Club:

  • Scroll down to MIT Water Newsletter
  • MIT focused but many opportunities are open to all

The Clean Energy Education & Empowerment (C3E) Initiative:

  • By US Department of Energy, MIT Energy Initiative, Stanford Energy, and Texas A&M Energy Institute
  • Supports women in clean energy

Climate News

Inside Climate News:

  • I subscribe to Today’s Climate, Breaking News, ICN Weekly, Inside Clean Energy

Climate Tech VC:

  • I use this mostly to see what kinds of climate tech startups are being funded

The Daily Climate:

  • I read the headlines and only read what I think sounds interesting

The New Yorker, Bill McKibben’s news column:

  • Scroll down to bottom of list to subscribe to this column specifically

Climate XChange:

  • Research based
  • Policy and energy focused
  • Mostly Massachusetts and Maryland focused

Carbon Brief:

  • UK focused

Katharine Hayhoe:

  • Climate scientist

Alaina Wood:

  • Scroll down to Subscribe Form
  • Sustainability scientist

MIT Climate News:

  • Scroll down to MIT Climate News in Your Inbox
  • MIT focused news but still interesting

UC Berkeley’s Energy Institute at Haas:

  • Energy focused

Environmental Health News:

Climate Jobs

*Earth Sciences Jobs Email list:

  • Mostly for geoscientists
  • Includes graduate school opportunities, full time jobs, postdocs, faculty calls
  • Make sure to sign up for the batched in a daily digest option, as they send out a lot of opportunities

Brown Girl Green:

  • Sometimes send podcast or professional development content
  • Mostly focused on jobs


  • Make sure to check out their website job boards, not just subscribing to their newsletter