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Additional comments from the Judges:
This is an appealing proposal for a mass movement towards vegetarianism by expand. While it does not offer a complete solution to climate change -- and we would have liked to have seen this idea as one effort inside of a larger global plan -- the simplicity of the idea for a climate literacy initiative and its execution are the strengths of this proposal.
We see that it would be challenging to implement globally given varying cultural, geographic, and other differences around diet. Monitoring and evaluating the impact would also be difficult, given the number of actors involved.
We appreciate that this proposal has been revised substantially since the semi-finalist round, and, after selecting some different sub-proposals, was able to much more clearly articulate how the sub-proposals fit together into the concept.
We also appreciated the images and infographics that were added, which strengthen the overall presentation.
Congratulations! Your proposal,"Reducing Footprints by Reducing Animal Consumption," in the MIT Climate CoLab Global Climate Action Plan contest, has been selected to advance to the Semi-Finalists round.
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1. Good idea, but not clear how to implement.
2. This idea is around for sometime--whether it will significantly reduce the emissions trajectory is not well established.
Congratulations, and please continue to revise, strengthen, and proofread your proposal by the Nov 4 deadline.
Please address practical implementation ideas, as well as differences and challenges that may arise in attempting to spread this idea through various parts of the world, given varying cultural, geographic, and other differences around diet.
A major component of this contest, is combining and integrating regional sub-proposals into a larger whole,so please continue to focus on this area, and expanding your description of the integration of the various sub-proposals.
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