As part of our effort to improve Climate CoLab and better design online communities, in 2015 and 2016 we conducted surveys to understand our members’ demographics and how the Climate CoLab has affected their views on climate change. Survey participants were entered into a raffle for iPad minis, and we would like to announce the winners from both […]Read more about: Congratulations to our survey raffle winners!
As we reflect back on all we have accomplished in 2016– and look forward to what lies ahead in 2017– we are thankful for all of the time, hard work, innovative thinking, and dedication of those that make the Climate CoLab possible: our funders, collaborating organizations, Advisors, Judges, Fellows, Catalysts & other volunteers, and, not […]Read more about: 2016 In Review & Welcome to 2017
Over the past few years, the Climate CoLab community has grown immensely, from a nascent community of only a few thousand, to the robust global network of nearly 80,000 members it is today. In responding to the needs and feedback of this global community, over the last several months Climate CoLab has undertaken a significant transformation […]Read more about: Improvements to the Climate CoLab platform
Changes in Creative Commons License 4.0 Climate CoLab is excited to announce a new development that will help protect the ideas of proposal authors! Creative Commons recently released a new version, and we want to be sure we’re up to date. Climate CoLab will switch from Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike version 3.0 to 4.0. How will this affect Climate […]Read more about: Creative Commons 4.0
New workspaces open! The spring 2016 contests are now closed, and Semi-Finalists will be announced soon. In the meantime, the Climate CoLab recently launched a set of workspaces around key areas of the climate change problem, where members are invited to submit proposals between the main contest periods. What are workspaces? Workspaces are an area where […]Read more about: New workspaces now open!