Here’s another cool cross-post from sister site Green Building Elements for you. This one shows how a Stanford, MIT, and UC Berkeley team are finding innovative ways to reward people for tackling climate change and extreme weather:
Silicon Valley Startup Rewards Personal Climate Action By Linking Spending Decisions and Greenhouse Gases (via Green Building Elements)
Team from Stanford, MIT and UC Berkeley tackles climate change and extreme weather by tracking the impacts from each dollar you spend Hurricane Sandy has thrust climate change back into the spotlight, and 72 percent of Americans now believe that extreme weather events like storms, floods, droughts…
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