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Souhir Hammami

Jan 6, 2018
04:42

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Dear Helenenivoix,

Tomorrow 07/01/2018 is the last day for proposal creation; I encourage you to complete the remaining parts  Impact/Benefits and Costs/Challenges

Best of Luck


Hélène Nivoix

Jan 7, 2018
12:30

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Thank you!


Hélène Nivoix

Jan 7, 2018
12:14

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Hi!

I didn't find the 'impact table', can you help me please?


Souhir Hammami

Jan 7, 2018
05:10

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Hi, 

The  impact table is after "the countries where these actions will be taken." section 

 


Hélène Nivoix

Jan 7, 2018
11:01

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Sorry but I don't find it... I read:

"Once you click “Save + Publish”, visit the Impact Tab to input your calculations over time, or contact an Impact Assessment Fellow to help you with your estimates."

What is "the Impact Tab" exactly?

Would you mind tell me if my CO2 figure evaluation seems sufficient to you please?


Marina Urquidi

Jan 9, 2018
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I am just an ordinary citizen (of the world). This proposal is easy to understand, though quite elaborate, and seems very easy to implement with just a tad of political will. I strongly support it.


Climate Rescue

Mar 8, 2018
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See also a related proposal from a previous year, https://www.climatecolab.org/contests/2014/us-carbon-price/c/proposal/1309209   This suggests:

  1. A need to fix the economics so mainstream agriculture and energy use goes green (as well as encouraging the green segment). This is 'action 1' in the proposal.
  2. A need to store carbon also in non-biodegradeable forms, in particular as biochar. This can be done with locally-supplied currencies, with no need for involvement of the neoliberal IMF.

Hope that helps?!

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