Welcoming Michael Carty: Climate Matters’ New Chief Technology Officer

We are thrilled to announce the latest addition to our executive team at Climate Matters, Michael Carty, who will be joining us as the new Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Michael brings with him an impressive array of skills and an extensive background in computer science, with a specialization in databases — a crucial asset in our data-driven era.

With a BSc (Hons) Degree in Computing, Michael’s journey in the tech industry is nothing short of inspiring. His career, spanning over two decades, has been marked by significant contributions to various sectors, including utilities, transport, and retail. His profound expertise in database administration, development, and migration, particularly with Oracle and SQL Server databases, stands out as a testament to his commitment to technological excellence.

At Climate Matters, we understand the critical role technology plays in addressing the pressing challenges of climate change. Data management and analysis lie at the heart of our operations, helping us monitor climate patterns, assess risks, and devise effective strategies. Michael’s appointment comes at a time when we are scaling up our efforts to integrate advanced technologies for enhanced climate resilience and sustainability measures.

We believe that Michael’s vast experience, technical prowess, and strategic thinking will be instrumental in driving technological innovation at Climate Matters. His arrival marks a new chapter in our journey, one where we leverage his leadership and expertise to enhance our data processing capabilities, optimize our operations, and innovate sustainably.

Please join us in welcoming Michael Carty to our team. We look forward to a future where technology and innovation go hand in hand with sustainability and climate resilience. Welcome aboard, Michael!