Shane Easter first became interested in climate change mitigation solutions while working with Erik Duhaime (2013 Climate CoLab Fellow) to implement a lighting retrofit program for low-income homes in Providence, Rhode Island. Now a 2014 Climate CoLab Fellow in the Buildings contest, Shane has maintained his commitment to residential efficiency and currently works for EcoFactor to […]Read more about: Fellow Spotlight: Shane Easter
Former Reagan official predicts Republican skeptics will be ‘mummed’ by climate change Evan Lehmann, E&E reporter Published: Monday, July 14, 2014 See original story by ClimateWire at http://www.eenews.net/climatewire/stories/1060002783 Senior GOP statesman George Shultz urged Republicans on Friday to be proactive on climate change, calling it an “obvious risk” to the economy and national security. The former secretary […]Read more about: Climate CoLab in the press: Former Reagan official predicts Republican skeptics will be 'mummed' by climate change
On Friday July 11th, the Climate CoLab’s Carbon price contest hosted a public webinar on the opportunities and challenges of the U.S. implementing a price on carbon dioxide emissions and other pollution. Over 250 people registered for this event, from 35 different countries. The webinar featured a lively conversation with the contest Advisors: George P. Shultz, former U.S. […]Read more about: Webinar Review: How could a national price on carbon be implemented in the United States?
Today we feature Climate CoLab Fellow Simone Targetti Ferri after catching up with him about his involvement in the Land Use: Agriculture, Livestock & Forestry contest. In December of 2013, Simone was on the lookout for a new career and in pursuit of fresh and exciting professional endeavors, this focus and zeal for developing solutions to […]Read more about: Fellow Spotlight: Simone Targetti Ferri
Join us for an informational webinar hosted by the MIT Climate CoLab’s Carbon price contest, featuring a conversation with contest Fellows and Advisors: George P. Shultz, former U.S. Secretary of State; Bob Inglis, former U.S. Representative (R-SC) and current Director of the Energy and Enterprise Initiative; and Phil Sharp, former U.S. Representative (D-IN) and current President of […]Read more about: Webinar: How could a national price on carbon be implemented in the United States?