Our community

Our social network, We Don’t Have Time, connects everyone who wants to be part of the solution to the climate crisis. We provide an outlet for your initiatives, opinions, and actions. Together we are the solution.

Our social network

By joining our social network, you show that you want to be part of the solution to the climate crisis. All our members subscribe to these fundamental principles, shared by each and every one in our network:

I acknowledge the fundamental importance of scientific knowledge and institutions for humanity; that science must never be ignored in our collective efforts to create a better world, and I therefore acknowledge that human activity is a major cause of the climate crisis as long as there is well-established scientific consensus about this.


With us, you collaborate with others to create incentives for change. Through our climate campaigns, we put great emphasis on enabling our community to influence companies, organizations, and public figures.

Our goal is to be the world’s largest social media network focused on climate change, allowing our members – you, me, my friends, your friends, our families, everyone – to be the change through the power of many.

Create a love campaign in order to encourage others to follow a great example.
Give people and organizations your best ideas on how to tackle climate change.
Create a warning campaign against actions and practices that need to stop.

Our Medium

Among our publication on medium, you can find news articles written by us and various content produced by our community. You can find everything from reports of serious events to solutions for the climate crisis. We also publish successful climate campaigns and exclusive interviews with companies and public figures.

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We appreciate everything that has been made for the We Don't Have Time community, and so does our readers. If you are interested in publishing something you have created yourself, please contact Marten@wedonthavetime.org

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Our Youtube channel

Watch our climate conferences, interviews with climate advocates along with pledges from our community members.

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We Don’t Have Time is a social media network for everyone who wants to be a part of the solution to the climate crisis. If a large enough number of people want change, and if that energy is directed towards those in charge – change comes. But we don’t have time to wait. The social network is operated by the company WeDontHaveTime AB (publ), whose majority shareholder is the WeDontHaveTime Foundation. The Foundation’s principal purpose is to contribute to a reduced climate impact and an ecologically sustainable environment. Our headquarters is located in Stockholm, Sweden.

The content of the We Don't Have Time social network is user-generated. The We Don’t Have Time organization does not automatically endorse users’ opinions and claims on the social network. All users of We Don’t Have Time have subscribed to We Don’t Have Time’s Terms of Use, which, among other things, prohibits hateful, abusive, and violent content. All users must also ensure that their content is true and based upon, or originates from, reliable sources. If you discover content that violates our Terms of Use, please notify us immediately. A campaign agree is a way of showing that you approve of the campaign’s main message. In order to agree to a campaign, you need to use a unique email address or a unique social media account. It is not possible for a registered, unique user to agree several times to the same campaign. We Don’t Have Time guarantees that all agrees on the social network emanate from actual user activity. We Don’t Have Time closely monitors the social network in order to minimize spamming, manipulation, or any other forms of illicit behaviour. The agrees are anonymized. In the future, we might implement a function that allows users to be identified when agreeing to a campaign.