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Webinar: Ask the experts of the Pamir Mountain contest

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The American Geophsyical Union’s Thriving Earth Exchange is hosting a contest on the Climate CoLab called, Anticipating Climate Change in the Pamir Mountains.  The contest seeks to generate ideas about how earth science research and observations can help recalibrate traditional ecological calendars for a changing climate. Project advisor, Dr. Karim-Aly Kassam, will provide a 15-minute overview of the […]

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Winner Spotlight: Citizens' Climate Lobby

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Citizens’ Climate Lobby’s (CCL) proposal in the 2014 U.S. Carbon Price contest, The Little Engine That Could: Carbon Fee and Dividend, brought the group great attention and support, leading them to be one of Climate CoLab’s Popular Choice Winners. The proposal suggests a rising fee on GHG emissions, with full dividend and border adjustments, and […]

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Search and Find Contests Faster: The Outline View

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The outline view is an easy and organized way to search for active and prior contests by subject. Using this view, you can find contests that relate to any action anyone could plausibly propose to deal with the climate change problem.

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Winner Spotlight: Global 4C Mitigation

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The idea for the Global 4C Mitigation proposal was initiated by Dr. Delton Chen in August 2013 at Al Gore’s Climate Reality workshop in Istanbul, Turkey, and was conceived on the intuition that a new currency should be developed to globally finance greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation. Dr. Chen independently created and tested the basic theory while traveling in Eastern Europe and Central America […]

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