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Judge 1: Yes it is a good idea to educate farmers and consumers on environmental benefits of improved agricultural practices, but it is unclear what actual incentives they will have to change their current practices.
Judge 2: It is a nice article, which provides good information about sequestering carbon on a global scale.The detailed information provided is also helpful and correct. What is missing though is how and where is it being implemented and where they could apply and test it. There is also no information about Related Proposals.
2015 Climate CoLab Judges
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