Contests Land Use: Agriculture, Forestry, Waste Management 2018 Land Use: Agriculture, Forestry, Waste Management 2018 Semi-Finalist selection
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Sep 10, 2017 06:00 EDT
- Oct 20, 2017 09:00 EDT Proposal revisions
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Oct 20, 2017 09:00 EDT
- Nov 6, 2017 06:00 EST Finalist selection
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Nov 6, 2017 06:00 EST
- Dec 18, 2017 12:00 EST Voting period
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Dec 18, 2017 12:00 EST
- Jan 15, 2018 11:00 EST Completed
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The beekeeping project will promote conservation and tackling poverty at the grassroots level.
The SALT approach can be adapted to offer hill tribes a sustainable and climate friendly alternative to shifting cultivation.
MSW-recycling mobile device doesn't separate waste components (except for metal), performs as a truck trailer, generates thermal briquettes.
Use of nitrapyrin along with urea fertilizer can mitigate nitrous oxide emissions and help in nitrogen fertilizer management in soil
We are introducing farms to our schools, colleges, universities, and cities.
Planting 144+1 million Trees and promote a culture of growing trees. This aims to tackle the deforestation issue in Rwanda
An interactive online platform to explore pathways scenarios for agricultural growth to achieve food security under climate change
This approach is to promote biochar application. The value chain, upstream farmers, middle stream and downstream consumers will be involved.
A conservation mobile app and website for biodiversity conservation education as well as reporting all illegal environmental practices.
Cleaning the ocean plastics and reusing the plastic waste as a source of energy at wastewater and water treatment plants in coastal areas.
Adopting renewable energy technologies for emission-free and low-cost agricultural irrigation and thus progressing toward achieving SDG 7
The main purpose of this system is diminish dioxide carbon content both in the seawater and in the air acting as a Natural Water Cycle.
Dust explosions and engine knockings, people do not want any of them to happen before, but now they can be the driving force of the engine.
Portable biogas plants are the safest option for converting bio degradable waste into biogas and manure .
Rotor engine fuel consumption is high, high speed, torque small, driving it with the explosion for power generation.
The use of bicycle-powered collection vehicles called Wecycles to offer recycling services to households in densely-populated neighborhoods
Minimum/zero tillage is desirable as it cuts down on the fuel cost and reduce GHGs emissions by 48% per year. Helps maintain soil structure.
Creating impact through accelerating small holder farmer businesses or initiatives in sub-Saharan Africa reducing poverty and climate change
Adopter des systèmes de production qui respecte l’environnement, est dans l'intérêt de tous. Pour cela, Il faut promouvoir l'agro-écologie.
We trap 50% of CO2 from woody biomass waste and turn it into a valuable product, biochar . Biochar is used to improve soils and more.
Industrial hemp requires no fertilizer and uses much less water and absorbs hudge amounts of nitrogen from the soil
Amongst concrete buildings in the city, there is always a empty land with natural ecosystem Protect these land through mushroom cultivation
Relatively simple manufacturing equipment, which allows the reuse of debris to generate gas and fertilizer and saves nature.
Waste to value is an important approach to manage municipal solid wastes. Wastepaper can be used to produce degradable bioplastics.
Improving small-holder farmers' livelihoods through the farmer communication programme
Plastic bag/material has been a big challenge in terms of managing it as waste and has contributed to climate change in many ways.
International Society for Promotion of Most Effective Use of Human Excreta & Waste: MIT Initiative
We offer a waste management solution for food businesses, collecting and processing organic waste into animal feed.
This concept include farming system design and Cultural techniques. will solution for negative impact of conventional tea cultivation
Rather than a controlled burn in fire-prone areas, biomass should be transported nearby and burned to generate power.
This project aims to use Flyash -Keratin Mixture as Soil Quality Enhancer and also a potential Replacement to Fertilizers.
shaping the minds and attitudes of school and out of school adolescents on climate change impacts at community level
AH can absorb water up to 1000x of its own weight. When mixed in soil, it releases water and macro nutrients that are required by the crop.
Reducing waste, reducing organic matter from entering landfills, puts what we take out of the ground back in the system.
With our pyrolysis plant we want to offer a solution to mitigate GHG, restore land, and ensure sustainable agriculture by applying biochar.
A novel method for aerobic waste digestion coupled with crop growth that allows production of food and fuel from municipal waste materials.