Can crowdsourcing help build effective global climate strategies? As part of a pilot project to answer this question, the Climate CoLab ran a series of contests on how countries, regions and the world as a whole could act on climate change. Over 100 proposals were submitted and evaluated by the Judges and Impact Assessment Fellows as a part […]Read more about: Global Contest Winners Announced 2015
Today, we are excited to announce the launch of the Global Plan contest, where you can work with others to create strategies for what countries and the world as a whole could do about climate change. Submit before October 17, 2015, 11:59:59 PM to have your plan reviewed by community members and our expert judging panel. This contest is part of a […]Read more about: Now open: Build a global climate action plan
We all know that there are major opportunities to address climate change at the sectoral, national, and state/local levels. But, ultimately, the combination of all actions taken across the planet will dictate how much progress humankind makes in the face of climate change. The Climate CoLab has broken down the global issue of climate change into […]Read more about: Can we create a global plan for climate change?
In October 2010, the Climate CoLab will launch the first in a series of annual online contests. Each year, the contest will address a key aspect of the climate change challenge. In 2010, teams of people from all over the world are invited to to develop proposals that address the question: What international climate agreements […]Read more about: Climate CoLab Global Challenge starts Oct 1, 2010
The final round winners of the Collaboratorium Copenhagen Challenge were announced today. They are: 350 ppm or bust (40% of votes), created by Jason Jay, PhD student, MIT Sloan School of Management IEA 450 ppm scenario (31% of votes), created by International Energy Agency (entered by Rob Laubacher) (tie) Drew Jones TEDx plan (7% of votes), created […]Read more about: Collaboratorium Copenhagen Challenge Final Round Winners Announced
The end date for the final round of the Collaboratorium Copenhagen Challenge has been extended to Friday, December 11. The 3 plans with the most votes at 11:59 pm that day will win the final round. The winning plans from the final, as well as preliminary, rounds will be included in a white paper we’ll deliver […]Read more about: Collaboratorium Copenhagen Challenge voting ends December 11