Blockchain for a Global Climate Accounting System

Blockchain for a Global Climate Accounting System

With support from the National Science Foundation Science of Science Policy and Innovation Program, Data-Driven Lab will undertake a three-year research project exploring the potential – and possible pitfalls – of utilizing blockchain systems to analyze and support...
Cooling Singapore 2.0

Cooling Singapore 2.0

As part of a multi-institutional, intergovernmental agency research collaboration called Cooling Singapore 2.0, the Data-Driven Lab aims to combine data from multiple scales to reveal new insights for how urban heat affects Singapore residents, and the implications...
Land-use Change and Impacts in Southeast Asia

Land-use Change and Impacts in Southeast Asia

Urban growth is rapidly advancing in Southeast Asia, and this trend will have profound environmental impacts on the region and the world in the coming decades. Assessing Southeast Asia’s anticipated urban expansion to determine the drivers of this growth is integral...
Strengthening and Understanding Climate Action in China

Strengthening and Understanding Climate Action in China

Scholars of global climate governance hypothesize that local government and private sector actors could be crucial to helping implement national climate goals, and, in some cases, giving national actors the ability to increase ambition. But whether these theories...
Tracking and Measuring Global Climate Action 

Tracking and Measuring Global Climate Action 

Climate action by cities, regions, and business is crucial for achieving national climate pledges under the Paris Agreement. Data-Driven Lab works to assess the scope and impact of their efforts on national and global greenhouse gas emissions.“Global Climate Action...
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