About

We are a global network of technical professionals who want to only work for employers that take action against climate change and environmental degradation.

Our Approach

From climate change to plastics in our oceans, we face immense environmental challenges. But just as humans cause or contribute to these problems, we can also help solve them – a sustainable future is possible! 

Fortunately, many organizations, including startups, multinationals, research institutions and governments, are already working to benefit climate and environment or mitigate their negative impact. They invent and develop new green solutions, reduce their carbon footprint, work towards a circular economy, help their clients conserve energy and much more. Check out news of solutions on this website to see some of the good work that is already happening! 

But we need many more sustainability solutions. And all of these solutions need talent, from scientists and engineers to IT specialists and marketers – talent like you!

If you want to use your skills to make a difference for our planet, we can help you find the right job. Sign up below to receive insights into current sustainability solutions and associated open job positions.

The sustainability revolution cannot happen without you. Be a part of it, and put your skills to work for your world!

Our Team

We are an international team based in Berlin, San Francisco, and Tokyo. We have come together to use our diverse set of skills and experiences to develop and build WORK FOR YOUR WORLD. We are driven by a common goal: A sustainable future for humanity.

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For comments or feedback, please contact us via hello@workforyourworld.com. We’d love to hear from you!

Join us and support our mission!

Robert Drblik
Founder & CEO

Work For Your World!

 

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