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SUBJECT: Your proposal in the Climate CoLab
Proposal: Customized carbon dioxide scrubbers for fossil fuel based energy market adoption
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2015 Climate CoLab Judges
Most people now recognise the need for CO2 emission reduction policies. Many governments (including the U.S, China, EU countries, etc.) are working through the international negotiation political process (e.g., UNFCCC) to develop international policies to limit CO2 emissions.
Although it might take decades to work through this process (and most scientist are sceptical that global temperature rises can be kept to 2 degrees C if action is not taken quickly), once this process happens, CO2 scrubbers for heavy emissions sectors will appear on the market in no time.
The proposal focuses mainly on policy aspects and mandatory regulations. It is unclear to us how the authors are proposing to contribute to the international negotiations. This is not something new. It's been implemented in few European countries already. The authors should add innovative concepts and policy measures, and should consider innovative technologies.
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