A FREE online platform to achieve carbon neutralityGet started
Our mission is to drive meaningful and measurable impact on climate change by making climate action affordable and accessible for everyone.
As featured in
As a profit-for-purpose social enterprise, our whole reason for existing is to inspire action on climate change and create environmental impact. We are also passionate about social impact and work with several NFP Community Service Organisations to deliver BillBuddy, an app that helps low income households and those experiencing financial stress to reduce their utility bills and save money. We also put 10% of our profits toward supporting disadvantaged communities to implement sustainable and low carbon initiatives.
We have solutions for...
Join a variety of businesses using our Business Platform to reduce and manage their carbon footprint and even reach net zero all in one place.
Our longest running platform helps schools to track their sustainability initiatives and we facilitate term meet-ups and offer a range of support.
Households can reduce their personal carbon footprint with our free Homes Platform - and save money in the process!
Our Partnership Program allows LGAs and other organisations to support their community to take meaningful climate action.
Founders behind ClimateClever
Dr Vanessa Rauland
Founder and CEO
Dr Vanessa Rauland is an entrepreneur, academic, author and public speaker. She is the founder and CEO of ClimateClever and has led the startup through two rounds of impact investment. She is also an Adjunct Research Fellow at Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute, where she worked as a researcher and lecturer in climate change and sustainability for 10 years and continues to be involved in research activities. She has a keen interest in innovation, STEM, social impact and entrepreneurship and is passionate about tackling climate change. Vanessa is also a Founding Board Director and co-chair of WA Social Enterprise Council (WASEC). She is a carbon nerd, a yoga junkie, an outdoor enthusiast and an eternal optimist.
Co-Founder and CTO
Alexander is the co-founder and CTO at ClimateClever. He is full-stack developer with over ten years experience. His current tech stack is Node.js, Express.js, Mongo.DB, AWS and React. Alexander has previously run an App development agency, where he managed a variety of teams both in Australia and abroad and has helped to scale numerous startups. His strengths are in system architecture design and being able to communicate complicated tech in a simple and accessible way. He has been featured on the Jamstack podcast and will soon be giving a talk at TEDx Youth Perth. He is devastated by the state of the world, loves a good political spout, enjoys blogging and can often be found ranting at no-one in particular.
ClimateClever actively works to meet these following UN Sustainable Development Goals
How our platforms workGet Started
Our platform is accessible to everyone from all walks of life. Regardless of who you are or where you come from, we want to share our knowledge with you.
We respect privacy and ownership of data. Users retain control and know what we as a company have access to, as well as partners and other bodies.
Planet Over Profit
Climate justice comes before profit, always. We promote impact reduction over offsetting and the company has zero tolerance for greenwashing.
Walking The Talk
All members of the company strive to reduce our impact on the planet as much as possible both in the office and at home.
You shouldn't have to pay to learn how to make a difference. Educating our community on how to take meaningful actions is why we exist.
What our customers have to say
This is the first time the City has had the ability to develop community targets and give feedback straight to the user. We have an aspiration for Albany to be clean, green and sustainable so implementing community driven initiatives like ClimateClever allow us to identify and deliver improvements in sustainability within the wider community. This partnership will allow residents to reduce their costs, as well as their carbon footprint and be part of transformational change in the way we view our usage.
Andrew Sharpe (CEO) – City of Albany