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Fellow Spotlight: Mustafa Ali

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The Climate CoLab recently introduced the “Impact Tab”. With the Impact Tab, authors are now able to calculate the potential greenhouse gas reductions from their proposed actions. The Impact Assessment Fellows’ role is to help proposal authors with this process. We had an opportunity to sit down and speak with the Impact Assessment Fellow team […]

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14 contests now closed – semi-finalists being selected

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Saturday, June 13, at 11:59:59 PM Eastern Time, marked the deadline for 14 Climate CoLab contests.  You can view them all on the contest home pages: www.climatecolab.org/plans What’s next? Fellows and Judges are now reviewing every proposal and selecting their contest’s Semi-Finalists.  Semi-Finalists receive feedback from the Judges and have the chance to revise their proposals before the second round of judging.  The […]

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Fellow Spotlight: Patrick Ray

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Patrick Ray is a 2015 fellow for the Energy Water Nexus contest. We had the opportunity to speak to Patrick last week!  Q: How did you hear about the Climate CoLab and what inspired you as a fellow? Patrick is a 2015 fellow for the Energy-Water Nexus contest.  I heard about the Climate CoLab through the Tufts Institute […]

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Winner Spotlight: Float Map, a new NGO launched from 2013 proposal

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Keith Brower Brown and the Float Map team are an example of dedicated individuals who don’t give up until their idea is realized. Float Map was inspired by a 2013 winning proposal and was recently launched. Introducing Float Map, an interactive platform that shows the projected impacts of unchecked climate change on American homes, businesses, and […]

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Climate CoLab winner featured in Grist

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Could we fight climate change with bitcoin? This guys thinks so By Suzanne Jacobs on 2 Jun 2015 of Grist Magazine  Full article James D’Angelo wants to cap the world’s carbon emissions, and he wants to do it using bitcoin — that digital currency you’ve heard about but don’t quite understand. James D’Angelo author of the 2014 Climate […]

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Grand Prize Winner spotlight: Danielle Dahan

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If you’ve been a part of the Climate CoLab community since 2014, you may remember Danielle Dahan: she was the Climate CoLab Grand Prize Winner for her proposal on a green jobs training program for building technicians. Danielle Dahan was the Climate CoLab Grand Prize Winner in 2014. How did she come up with the […]

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