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.


  • David Rolnick, Assistant Professor in the School of Computer Science at McGill University and at Mila
  • Priya Donti, PhD Student in Computer Science & Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University
  • Lynn Kaack, Postdoctoral Researcher in the Energy Politics Group at ETH Zürich
  • Nikola Milojevic-Dupont, PhD student in Land Use, Infrastructure and Transport at the MCC Berlin and at the TU Berlin
  • Anna Waldman-Brown, PhD student in Political Economy at the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT
  • Alexandre Lacoste, Research Scientist at Element AI
  • Evan D. Sherwin, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Energy and Resources Engineering at Stanford University
  • Kelly Kochanski, Data Scientist in Climate Analytics at McKinsey & Company
  • Kris Sankaran, Assistant Professor in the Department of Statistics at UW Madison
  • Natasha Jaques, Research Scientist at Google Research (Brain Team), Post-doctoral Researcher at UC Berkeley
  • Sasha Luccioni, Postdoctoral researcher at Université de Montréal and Mila