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Wednesday, September 28 - Thursday, September 29, 2016
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, Massachusetts USA

During HUBweek, Boston's weeklong celebration of innovation & creativity
Monday, September 26 - Friday, September 30

 


 

Climate CoLab is an online community of over 55,000 people, where people work together to develop proposals for how to address climate change.  Crowds & Climate is a chance to connect with leaders from businesses, non-profit organizations, governments and communities around the world. Join us to hear and engage with innovative climate solutions and advance a new, collective way of tackling climate change.

See photos and videos from previous conferences: 2015, 2014, 2013.   

 
       
 

 

  Get ready for this year's event by watching Crowds & Climate 2013 in review:

 

 

 

Crowds & Climate is hosted by the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence's Climate CoLab and co-sponsored by other MIT groups working on climate change.

The conference will be aligned with MIT's Solve, whose mission is to discover, evaluate, and advance solutions to big, global problems; and is a part of HUBweek, a week-long city-wide festival celebrating ideas and innovation in the Boston area hosted by MIT, Harvard University, the Boston Globe, and Mass General Hospital.

Join the Winners' Breakout Sessions Online 



The 2016 Climate CoLab contest winners will be featured in dedicated breakout sessions throughout the day of Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at the MIT Samberg Conference Center.  Each session will feature between 2 to 4 Climate CoLab winning proposal teams, in approximately 1 hour sessions. Even if you can't join in person, you don't have to miss out. Winners breakout sessions will be livestreamed on Youtube, for anyone from around the world to take part. For the latest details on each session, please see the winners' breakouts schedule.
 

Sign-up to take part in the Winners' Breakouts Livestream here.


Join the conversation on social media: 

To offer your reflections on the sessions and engage with the winners, use their Twitter handle and the hashtag #MITcc16. You can also tag @ClimateCoLab. 

 

 

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