Toronto's Center for Social Innovation seeks solutions with a contest on MIT's Climate CoLab platform, providing up to $432,000 to fund pilot projects.
MIT Climate CoLab allows the public to vote for promising crowdsourced ideas on how to tackle climate change.
MIT Climate CoLab presents an innovative approach at the UN international climate talks in Marrakech, Morocco.
Climate CoLab uses a crowd-based approach to surface high-potential proposals for climate change projects.
MIT Climate CoLab contest featured by the White House on United Nations World Water Day.
Winning ideas for solutions to climate change were crowdsourced by more than 50,000 members of the public.
Twenty-two contests now open to the global public.