Angélica Lara P.r.
Jun 17, 2014
I am a decision maker of the goverment and Hope for your proposal soon, because is very important for us to have the real tools to improve the public policies and develop strategies to combat this problem. Maybe you can propose to increase capacities of the vulnerable communities and develop early warning systems Regards!
Jun 20, 2014
Important subject, can we see more details. Take a look at this: ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2013/09/rising-seas/if-ice-melted-map
Aug 6, 2014
The King Tides Project is a great starting point, but in this contest we’re looking for new ideas more than proposals to expand existing infrastructure. What interested us most in this proposal was the idea of developing science class curricula and linking student groups with municipal planning departments. Could you expand on that section a bit? E.g., how will you identify or reach out to interested groups on both sides; how might you structure the project such that the municipalities would get meaningful, actionable information? How will communities (could include land managers and business owners or associations as well) be empowered to take action? We also had some questions about the technology, e.g., what type of software would you use, who will develop it, etc.? Providing more detail on this will make this a much stronger proposal.
Sep 3, 2014
Great job in building on our comments and incorporating feedback – this is a much stronger proposal than the previous version. We really like the idea of engaging students in the collection of data and developing a formal curriculum around that. Another plus is that the project builds on existing programs and expertise. Although it’s not a completely innovative idea, it is very solid, and seems ready to implement. It’s not entirely clear how the project would lead to increased resilience, although it would be very effective in communicating risk.
Sep 4, 2014
Great project! We want to partner and make this a model!
Apr 7, 2016
Oh Thats Really marvelous post … Keep iT UP !
Aug 17, 2017
Great job in building on our comments and incorporating feedback – this is a much stronger proposal than the previous version. We really like the idea of engaging students in the collection of data and developing a formal curriculum around that.