About Climate Change AI

Climate Change AI (CCAI) is a group of volunteers from academia and industry who believe that tackling climate change requires concerted societal action, in which machine learning can play an impactful role. Since it was founded in June 2019, CCAI has led the creation of a global movement in climate change and machine learning, encompassing researchers, engineers, entrepreneurs, investors, policymakers, companies, and NGOs.

Our Mission

To catalyze impactful work at the intersection of climate change and machine learning.

Our Goals

People

Core Team

David Rolnick
McGill, Mila
Priya L. Donti
Carnegie Mellon
Lynn H. Kaack
ETH Zürich
Kris Sankaran
UW Madison
Sasha Luccioni
Mila, U. de Montréal
Andrew Slavin Ross
Harvard University
Kelly Kochanski
CU Boulder
Alexandre Lacoste
Element AI
Nikola Milojevic-Dupont
MCC Berlin, TU Berlin
Konstantin Klemmer
University of Warwick
Tegan Maharaj
Mila, Polytechnique Montréal
Evan D. Sherwin
Stanford University
Sharon Zhou
Stanford University
David Dao
ETH Zurich

Advisors

Yoshua Bengio
Mila, U. de Montréal
Jennifer Chayes
UC Berkeley
Felix Creutzig
MCC Berlin, TU Berlin
John C. Platt
Google AI
Demis Hassabis
DeepMind
Andrew Y. Ng
Stanford University
Carla Gomes
Cornell University
Konrad P. Körding
University of Pennsylvania
Zico Kolter
Carnegie Mellon
Inês Azevedo
Stanford University
Tobias Schmidt
ETH Zürich
Craig Smith
Eye on AI

Organizational Structure

CCAI Chairs

Content Committee

Communications Committee

Programs Committee

Community Leads

Press

Releases

Selected coverage