Join MIT Joint Program Co-Director John Reilly for these exciting HUBweek events where he will serve as an expert and panelist:
Deep Dive: Open Innovation on Climate Change
October 13, 9 a.m.–12 p.m.
Faneuil Hall, 1 Faneuil Hall Square, Boston
Brainstorm and advance promising, high-impact solutions to climate change with experts, practitioners, students, entrepreneurs, and many others. This session takes a bottom-up approach, where you’ll co-create the workshop agenda with other attendees, pitch your idea or interest, and form small working groups to dive deep into problem-solving. Get supportive input on your ideas, or collaborate to explore new ones. Breakouts will explore themes such as CO2 removal, the potential for blockchain carbon pricing, U.S. climate policy-making, and many more.
Speakers: Speakers will be crowdsourced from the attendees. Climate experts from MIT and beyond will facilitate sessions and fuel the conversation. The interactive workshop will be run by MIT. Top ideas will be invited to submit to the Climate CoLab online platform to receive feedback from the global network of over 85,000 people, enter annual contests, and more.
More information: https://hubweek.org/events/deep-dive-climate-change/
Future Forum: A Rising Tide
October 14, 1:45-2:30 p.m.
The HUB, 1 City Hall Square, Boston
Preparing for the threat of rising sea levels caused by climate change is one of the most significant challenges that communities across the Boston area will face in our lifetimes. How is this region–which has long been defined by its proximity to major waterways–rising to face of the impending obstacles that climate change will present?
More information: https://hubweek.org/events/a-rising-tide/