Discussion U.S. Government 2014
May 9, 2014
Dear all, Andrea and I want to let you know that we have updated the "contest details" for the U.S. Federal Agencies contest (now it's called U.S. Government, and we've tweaked the summary as well). Don't worry if you've already started working on a proposal, because the prompt is unchanged. Rather, we have edited the guidelines in response to multiple clarification questions. You will find that the new contest details give you a new and improved list of resources (See "Resources"), as well as examples of policies and actions qualify for this contest (see "Policy Levers"). If you have any questions or comments, please contact me or Andrea. Good luck! Ingrid and Andrea
Huynh Phu Dat
Jun 25, 2014
My proposal is : https://www.climatecolab.org/web/guest/plans/-/plans/contestId/1300401/planId/4805 It's not about energy but about all buildings of US government in particular , all buildings , roads generally . And I hope I can win this contest so I have a chance to tell people we got problem with buildings , roads , environmental laws . Thank you !!!!
Jun 27, 2014
Hello, I have many proposals I want to transfer over here from other proposal contest sectors... Is there a fast way of linking them here without making new ones?
Jul 1, 2014
Dear Fellows (and perhaps Advisor), With only a few more weeks to go until the contest deadline, we (the Energy Commons Proposal on Democratic Finance) would appreciate some feedback on the proposal's structure and elements. While our proposal is not finished as of yet, most elements are in an advanced stage of completion and we would appreciate constructive criticism as to how to make the proposal better. On the various comments sections of the different proposals, I've seen Fellows mention a mid-contest review and feedback session that would take place in June. I was just curious whether we missed the results of this feedback session and, if so, where we could find this feedback. Many thanks, Energy Commons
Jul 29, 2014
Unable to edit my proposal... Anyway we can still do that?
Sep 19, 2014
A second container of plutonium-contaminated debris may have contributed to a radiation leak that has led to the indefinite suspension of operations at an underground nuclear waste dump in New Mexico. http://uk.reuters.com/article/2014/09/19/us-usa-nuclear-new-mexico-idUKKBN0HE03020140919