Suburbia as source of food and regenerator of resources by SU allotment gardens
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Judge 1: The proposal has good, common-sense ideas that should be implemented in general, but lacks specifics on who, what and where. More detail should be provided on concrete next steps that could be supported by Climate CoLab followers.
Judge 2: Interesting idea, but they need to develop a plan for a pilot project to see how it might actually work in a particular community. If they had a pilot plan, then this might be worth considering for funding.
2015 Climate CoLab Judges
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