Climate Lab Launches Collaborative Environmental Site

May 04, 2010

Site freely syndicates climate stories to partners.

ClimateLab.org, the Washington D.C.-based wiki and community website, has launched Climate Lab Networks, an open source collaborative effort that allows parters access to custom streams of ClimateLab.org's content freely.

If an article is written or contributed to the ClimateLab site that falls under the same category as a custom stream on a partner site, then the content will automatically be published to the partner site as well. Two such sites, The Climate Institute (Climate.org) and the Latin American Caribbean Council on Renewable Energy (LAC-CORE.org) were two of the first sites to publish syndicated content.

ClimateLab was built on MindTouch's enterprise collaboration platform. Much like Wikipedia, content on the site can be added and edited by anyone. Currently, 350 people write, edit, and maintain the website.

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