Aska Hamakawa is not only one of this year’s Climate CoLab Fellows, she was also recently awarded by the Dalai Lama as one of 51 Unsung Heroes of Compassion for her philanthropic efforts on climate change. A months-long backpacking trip through the Pacific Islands initially captured Aska’s attention to climate change’s devastating effects on Samoan villagers. The […]Read more about: Fellow Spotlight: Compassion in a Warming World
Today, the Climate CoLab reached 12,000 Members! The 12,000th member was Hans Leo Bader, from Munich, Germany. Hans and his team at City2Live.in are urban planners that work to make their projects energy-positive, that is, generating more energy than the project itself needs to operate. “We joined Climate CoLab because we think collaborating is necessary to save our and our children’s […]Read more about: Climate CoLab hits 12,000 Members!
Subscribe to our email list If this page is not displaying properly, please view it online. New contest: A global plan for climate change Ultimately, it is only the combination of all actions taken across the entire planet that will dictate how much progress humankind makes in the face of climate change. The Climate CoLab’s new global contest seeks […]Read more about: CoLab Talk: New contests! Plus: features in Popular Science, Grist, Discovery News…
We all know that there are major opportunities to address climate change at the sectoral, national, and state/local levels. But, ultimately, the combination of all actions taken across the planet will dictate how much progress humankind makes in the face of climate change. The Climate CoLab has broken down the global issue of climate change into […]Read more about: Can we create a global plan for climate change?