Data for Climate Action Selects Dan Kammen’s Team for Grand Prize

The Data for Climate Action Challenge invites data scientists, researchers, and innovators to use the world’s rapidly amassing data to address climate change. Earlier this month, Global Pulse, the United Nations initiative for big data and data science, announced the Data for Climate Action Challenge winners during the COP23 UN climate change conference. The Grand Prize was awarded to “Electro-mobility: Cleaning Mexico City’s Air with Transformational Climate Policies Through Big Data Pattern Analysis in Traffic & Social Mobility.” Among many other researches, Dan Kammen was recognized for his contribution to this project.


Visit the Data for Climate Action website here, or read the press release announcement here.