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Jan Kunnas

Dec 16, 2014
05:54

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Hi good idea, I suggested something similar years ago https://www.climatecolab.org/web/guest/plans/-/plans/contestId/11/planId/1304249

Jennifer Lawrence

Dec 17, 2014
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Hi Jan: Thank you for this proposal! This is a really great idea, and we'd love to see it developed a bit more. In the next week, we will have some heat maps uploaded to our Resources page. You should look at those and get a bit more specific about where in Cambridge you think this will be most successful. Also, we'd like to hear a bit more detail on who you think should do this program, and how. For example, who will be flyering neighborhoods and training the workforce? Also, if there is legislation elsewhere as you mention, can you add a link to the document? Thanks and good luck, Jen

Jennifer Lawrence

Feb 3, 2015
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Hi there: Here is a quick reminder that the contest ends on Friday (February 6th). If you'd like to address the comments above and further fill out your proposal, please do so by Friday. Thank you again for submitting a proposal! Sincerely, Jen

Climate Colab

Feb 18, 2015
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Thank you for your proposal. Unfortunately, the contest closed before you were able to add in a response to the Cambridge-specific comments. We hope that you will submit other proposals to future contests.

Nicole Martains

Sep 12, 2019
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