Professor Thomas Malone, Director of the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence and Principal Investigator of the Climate CoLab, presented at WGBH’s Innovation IdeaLab for their November 21, 2013 event: Building Resilience in Times of Rapid Change. The event was held at the WGBH Headquarters in Boston. Below is his presentation about the Climate CoLab:Read more about: Now online! Video of Climate CoLab presentation at WGBH Innovation IdeaLab
The White House has featured the Climate CoLab, along with other commitments by Federal agencies and private-sector partners, as a platform that is consistent with President Obama’s Climate Data Initiative, an effort to leverage data to help the American people understand and prepare for climate change. Professor Thomas Malone, Director of the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence and Principal Investigator […]Read more about: White House features Climate CoLab
Contest one of over a dozen that tackle global climate change challenges CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Most experts agree that placing a price on carbon emissions is one of the most effective ways to tackle climate change. But so far, the U.S. Congress has yet to pass any laws that do so. To address this, the […]Read more about: George Shultz, Bob Inglis and Phil Sharp advise MIT Climate CoLab on carbon policy contest
We’re very excited to share the new contests that are now live on the Climate CoLab. Enter before July 20, 2014 and you could win the chance to present your idea in front of world renowned experts to help get your idea implemented, and win a $10,000 Grand Prize! How can the U.S. Congress pass a price […]Read more about: New Contests Launched!