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Contest deadlines extended!

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We are excited to announce that the contest deadlines have been extended until June 13, 2015, 11:59:59 PM (midnight) Eastern Time. You now have one more month to submit, edit, and comment on proposals in the Climate CoLab’s open contests! This extension does not apply to the American Geophysical Union – Thriving Earth Exchange’s contest, Anticipating […]

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Winners will be special guests at exclusive MIT conference this October

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Breaking News Climate CoLab Winners to be Special Guests at Solve Climate CoLab winners will receive a special invitation to attend selected sessions at MIT’s Solve conference, free of charge.  At this gathering, many of the world’s leading technologists, philanthropists, business leaders, policy makers, and social change agents will be challenged to help solve the most […]

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Climate CoLab Reddit AMA 4/17/15

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On Friday 4/17/15, the Climate CoLab will be holding a Reddit AMA. Principal Investigator Professor Thomas Malone, Project Manager Laur Fisher and past winner Dr. Geoffrey Hay will be answering your questions about collective intelligence, how the Climate CoLab is attempting a new way to address climate change, and how to get involved, from 1:30pm-2:30pm Eastern Daylight Time (GMT-4)! Friday, […]

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Climate CoLab featured on the Weather Channel

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This morning at 6:20 AM Eastern Time, Prof. Thomas Malone, Principal Investigator of the Climate CoLab, spoke with Stephanie Abrams on Wake Up With Al, a morning talk show on the Weather Channel.  Prof. Malone shared about the mission of the Climate CoLab, and invited the global public to join in developing and selecting solutions to climate […]

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City of Cambridge announces contest winners

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In November of 2014, the City of Cambridge embarked upon a new community engagement process, partnering with the MIT Climate CoLab tocrowdsource creative ideas to combat the urban heat island effect in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Thirty-three proposals offered creative ways to tackle the urban heat island effect in the City of Cambridge’s first Climate CoLab contest, […]

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