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The Climate Change Collaboratory (www.ecoresearch.net/triple-c) aims to strengthen the relations between environmental stakeholders. The project provides tools to manage expert knowledge, a Facebook application in the tradition of games with a purpose, and a context-sensitive environment for collaboratively creating and editing documents.

The Climate Change Collaboratory (www.ecoresearch.net/triple-c) aims to strengthen the relations between environmental stakeholders. The project provides tools to manage expert knowledge, a Facebook application in the tradition of games with a purpose, and a context-sensitive environment for collaboratively creating and editing documents.

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  1. 1. Networking Knowledge – Networking People: New Media for Collective Climate Change Action Project Results | Climate Change Collaboratory www.ecoresearch.net/triple-c Arno Scharl MODUL University Vienna Department of New Media Technology
  2. 2. Project Deliverables MAJOR GOALS OF TRIPLE-C • Manage Climate Change Knowledge • Support Stakeholder Communication and Collaboration • Provide Alternative Instruments for the Social Sciences
  3. 3. Climate Quiz
  4. 4. Climate Quiz
  5. 5. Main Project Deliverables ADVANCES AND EXTENSIONS • Additional Sources Science News Social Media Platforms Abstract Database • User Management • Editing Environment Collaborative Context-Aware Real-Time
  6. 6. Content Analysis • Identify major topics associated with renewable energy by different stakeholder groups: environmental organizations, news media, companies (Fortune 1000), blogs, social media like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Google+ • Compute attention and sentiment (positive vs. negative) towards these energy-related topics • Visualize semantic and geographic trends by stakeholder group, and investigate the drivers and impacts of these trends • Create shared meaning and improve understanding of how others perceive the benefits and challenges of renewable energy, as well as other climate change related topics

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