We’re bringing back the Social Network Prize! Climate CoLab recently launched 7 new contests that are accepting proposals until 9/10/2017. Now we’re also giving away up to $2,000 to those who help us find the Grand Prize Winner. How to win Get your unique link and share it on Facebook, Twitter, email – anywhere. If one of […]Read more about: Win part of $2,000 for sharing Climate CoLab contests!
We’re coming to Austin! South by Southwest (SXSW) is best known for their famous spring film, music and media festivals. But for the last six years, they have hosted an off-season conference focused environmental issues: SXSW Eco. The conference, also held in Austin, TX, brings the high-energy, creative spirit of SXSW festivals to solving our […]Read more about: Climate CoLab at SXSW Eco
Climate CoLab and its “Shifting Behavior for a Changing Climate” contest were featured in a blog post by Whitney Bernstein on July 21, 2016 on Ideascale. Whitney is an Innovation Architect at IdeaScale, & Climate CoLab Shifting Behavior Fellow. An excerpt of her full blog post, “A non-monetary incentive you may not have considered” is included below. __________________________________________________________ A non-monetary incentive you may not have considered by Whitney Bernstein on July 21, […]Read more about: Climate CoLab featured in Ideascale blog
In September 2015, Climate CoLab project manager Laur Fisher gave a talk about the Climate CoLab at TEDxSomerville, in Somerville, Massachusetts.Read more about: Climate CoLab TEDx Talk
Crowdsourcing climate strategy MIT-based center gives everyone the chance to propose and test their global plan to confront climate change. CAMBRIDGE, MA – As world climate leaders prepare for the international climate talks in Paris later this year, the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence’s Climate CoLab is launching a new set of contests today that gives […]Read more about: Press Release: Crowdsourcing climate strategy
By Sarah Shemkus GLOBE CORRESPONDENT MAY 11, 2015 Thomas Malone does not believe there is a solution to the problem of climate change. He thinks there are lots of solutions — and he has set out to find them. MIT’s Thomas Malone says climate change is not a problem that one person or one organization can solve […]Read more about: Boston Globe: To address climate change, MIT lab seeks the wisdom of crowds