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Climate CoLab Contest Featured on National Geographic

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Climate CoLab and its “Anticipating Climate Change in the Pamir Mountains” contest were featured in a National Geographic article by Karen Emslie on June 7, 2016. An excerpt of her full article, “Climate Change is Making Calendars Run Amok” is included below.  ——— Climate Change Is Making Calendars Run Amok People in the Pamir Mountains of […]

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Grand Prize Winner featured on U.S. State Department's Share America

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The Climate CoLab and 2015 Grand Prize Winner Eden Full were featured on Share America. Share America is a site about U.S. policy and culture run by the U.S. Department of State.  Crowdsourced climate solutions shine bright at MIT lab Feb 5, 2016 Michael Buchanan for Share America Why don’t most solar panels follow the sun across the […]

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2015 Winner Featured in BostInno

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The Climate CoLab and 2015 Winner Dylan Husted were recently featured in an article on BostInno. SaveOhno and Founder Dylan Husted were Judges’ Choice Winners for the 2015 Shifting Attitudes & Behavior contest. How Campus Competitions Could Help This Environmental Venture Scale By Olivia Vanni for BostInno Changing the world doesn’t happen overnight. But give it a […]

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Limited Progress Seen Even as More Nations Step Up on Climate

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Limited Progress Seen Even as More Nations Step Up on Climate By JUSTIN GILLIS and SOMINI SENGUPTA SEPT. 28, 2015 The pledges that countries are making to battle climate change would still allow the world to heat up by more than 6 degrees Fahrenheit, a new analysis shows, a level that scientists say is likely to produce catastrophes ranging from food […]

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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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Climate CoLab featured in ClimateWire

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Latest MIT ‘CoLab’ contest seeks ideas for regional climate plans around the world Brittany Patterson, E&E reporter Published: Thursday, May 14, 2015 Copyright 2014, Environment and Energy Publishing LLC. Reprinted with permission. Full Article In the months before climate change negotiators take the stage in Paris, citizens will have the opportunity to create climate change action […]

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