Strengthen your credibility through Climate Feedback

Let your customers, employees or suppliers give you feedback to strengthen your position as a sustainability leader. Take part in the dialogue around your climate rating with an engaged audience in our social network for the climate.

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Engage with a growing audience

Collect ideas

Learn what you need to improve to become a sustainability leader


Enable dialogue with your followers through your efforts

Reach out

Attract a greater audience from our social network for the climate

How it works

The simple way to receive feedback

We will help you setup your own Climate Feedback page with easy access through widgets, QR codes in advertising or short links. We encourage feedback by planting a tree for every one interacting with you.

Get to know the wish list from your audience's point-of-view

Listen to Climate Feedback from customers, employees or suppliers. On the page they will easily be able to send you new ideas or simply agree with others.

Come closer to your audience and gain followers

Communicate your sustainability efforts in our social network where people discuss solutions by sending businesses climate love, climate ideas and climate warnings. Attract new followers through a conversation that starts with you.

Leverage engagement to establish credibility

Respond to the feedback to strengthen your credibility and earn your climate rating. Discuss and evolve your climate actions with an engaged audience. Our friendly network awards good action.

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A social network for the climate

We Don't Have Time is a social network for everyone–people, businesses, organisations and world leaders–who want to be a part of the solution to the climate crisis.

Earn your climate rating by responding to Climate Feedback

In our network, people award good examples with climate love, suggest climate ideas and give climate warnings to those who hurt our planet. You will earn your climate rating based on how you respond to this feedback. Learn more about our network.

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