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Coming Up: Waterworld

Across the globe, sea levels are rising, with higher and higher tides pushing more water directly into the places we live. In the wake of recent hurricanes Harvey, Maria, and Irma, Jeff Goodell’s The Water Will Come: Rising Seas, Sinking Cities, and the Remaking of the Civilized World is more important than...
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Intern Spotlight: Harper Spires

Harper Spires is The Collider’s Fall 2017 Thomas R. Karl Intern, tackling various projects related to fundraising and donor database management, as well as providing event and administrative assistance as needed.
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What are climate solutions?

You’ll notice that under the “The Collider” logo sits the tagline, “Market-Driven Climate Solutions.” This is, in fact, what we at The Collider are all about.
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A timely warning about meddling with water

The narrator of The Memory of Fish, a documentary about a campaign to remove a pair of superfluous dams in Washington state’s Olympic Peninsula, sums up the essential problem early on: “The river was broken.”
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Women in science rock!

We love what we do at The Collider, helping to create a place where business innovators, entrepreneurs and climate and data scientists can collide to create solutions for climate change.
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2016 State of The Climate Report

The 2016 State of the Climate report confirms that 2016 surpassed 2015 as the warmest year in 137 years of recordkeeping. Land and ocean temperatures, sea level, and atmospheric greenhouse…
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Welcome to Climate City

Asheville, North Carolina. First it was dubbed the Paris of the South and the San Francisco of the East. Then came Beer City, Bee City, and recently it landed on Travel and Leisure’s list of the Top 15 Cities in the U.S. After all, in the center of downtown Asheville, there are drum circles, art galleries, breweries, world-class eateries,...
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