This spotlight is part of a series from MIT ClimateX about Climate CoLab 2018 contest Winners. Original post can also be found here: https://climatex.mit.edu/climate-colab-winners-spotlight-bill-ferree Can we, and should we, refurbish older, gas powered vehicles to make them more energy efficient and lower their carbon footprint? Aging commercial vehicles, including cars, vans, and delivery trucks, are a […]Read more about: Climate CoLab Winners’ Spotlight: Bill Ferree
This spotlight is part of a series from MIT ClimateX about Climate CoLab 2018 contest Winners. Original post can also be found here: https://climatex.mit.edu/climate-colab-winners-spotlight-sorin-simplaceanu-and-bertalan-vecsei How can blockchain technology be utilized for climate action? Sorin Simplaceanu & Bertalan Vescei have developed the concept of ClimateCoop, a blockchain based digital platform for collaborating on and fulfilling the UN Sustainable […]Read more about: Climate CoLab Winners’ Spotlight: Sorin Simplaceanu and Bertalan Vecsei
This spotlight is part of a series from MIT ClimateX about Climate CoLab 2018 contest Winners. Original post can also be found here: https://climatex.mit.edu/climate-colab-winners%E2%80%99-spotlight-dan-ma-caleb-wright-and-charles-yang In addressing climate change, there are many moving pieces. From infrastructure, to energy, to sociopolitical factors – cohesive action across different sectors is imperative. Climate CoLab “Exploring Synergistic Solutions for Sustainable Development” […]Read more about: Climate CoLab Winners’ Spotlight: Dan Ma, Caleb Wright, and Charles Yang
Photo credit: Aysan Amirghiyasvand (Instagram: photomundial_) MIT Climate CoLab, UN Climate Resilience Initiative, and InsuResilience are excited to announce the Finalists for the Absorbing Climate Impacts contest. Expert Judges evaluated the 72 proposals submitted to the platform and selected 10 proposals to advance as Semi-Finalists. Semi-Finalists then had the opportunity to revise their proposals prior to […]Read more about: Finalists Announced for the UN’s Absorbing Climate Impacts Contest
ENGLISH MIT CLIMATE COLAB CONTEST – JUDGES’ CHOICE AND POPULAR CHOICE AWARD WINNER ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability and Ville de Montréal would like to congratulate RecyApp for winning both the Judges’ Choice and the Popular Choice Awards for the MIT Climate CoLab contest on circular economy. The contest sought innovative solutions through projects, initiatives, technologies […]Read more about: Winner announced for Circular Economy contest
We’re excited to announce that the Centre for Social Innovation has launched a new contest on MIT Climate CoLab! Background Small to Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) make up 98.2% of businesses in Canada and emit as much climate change-causing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions per year as Canada’s combined transportation sector, including every car, truck, […]Read more about: New contest! Help small & medium-sized businesses go low-carbon in Ontario, Canada!