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MIT Climate CoLab ( is an online crowdsourcing platform of over 58,000 members from around the world, sourcing innovative proposals on addressing climate change.  Topic areas include land use, agriculture, and forestry, reducing emissions from the buildings and industrial sectors, creating sustainable ground and air transportation systems, smart zero-carbon cities, and many more.

An initiative of the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence at the Sloan School of Management, Climate CoLab has recently announced 60 Finalists from among the nearly 500 proposals submitted to the platform since February, including 12 in the Land Use, Agriculture and Forestry contest. Now the public has the opportunity to vote for the most promising Finalists’ proposals.