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Judge 1: Innovative presentation needs to have data and financial figures.
Judge 2: What is actually proposed here? The idea is fine, to use better agricultural techniques to reduce carbon release from agriculture, and lots of groups, including those listed here, have suggested this. And there are many projects around the world. To learn whether the idea is feasible and can be implemented, we have to hear from them how to go from an idea to a project on the ground. Do they have a project, where is it, what is the cost, how could CoLab contribute? This seems non-responsive to me. So it is not novel, there is no project outlined, so we can't say anything about the feasibility, without a project definition we can't determine an impact, and the presentation doesn't provide enough information to explain what they want to do.
2015 Climate CoLab Judges
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