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The 2011 Climate CoLab Contest

The Climate CoLab, an online project by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for Collective Intelligence (MIT CCI), offers the unique chance for people anywhere on the planet, of any background, education and profession, at all hours of every day of the year, to work together in addressing climate change.

How does the CoLab work?

The CoLab is structured around a series of activities that invite the public to develop proposals on what should be done about climate…


Added by Luca Iandoli on August 18, 2011 at 9:01 — No Comments

MIT Climate Collaboratorum on line contest

Climate CoLab announces 2010 contest

What should we do about climate change?

Instead of waiting for policy makers to act, you can help figure out the answer at the Climate CoLab

Working alone--or in teams of people from all over the world--you can create proposals for what…


Added by Luca Iandoli on October 26, 2010 at 6:53 — No Comments

You know me from Twine (, now redirected to Or not.

Dear ladies and gentlemen sensemakers,

I've mentioned this website/social network/whatever in that "meshwork" (see the link above). I am a blogger and former Twine member. I believe that blogging and online brainstorming can increase a person's IQ for a point or two.

Added by Aleksandar Malecic on September 25, 2010 at 15:30 — No Comments




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