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Anastasia Kouki

Sep 9, 2017


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Thank you for this so well structured and designed proposal. Has really deep content and context and detailed scheduling. It seems quite like the EU-ETS scheme and other carbon-credit schemes, so participants might be quite familiar with those practices, something that can help them easier to participate in it. to the point that there an already establishment (BVRio Institute) supports the whole scheme, plus it has been already tested in real terms, augments further the potentiality of its success. Perhaps, if you could find a more solid way to make local communities and local stakeholders more engaged could give real wings in the whole suggestion: for example local environmental organization to press companies to participate in it.

Moreover, I would like to make two proposals for you: 1) the first it is to transform the Credit scheme in an altcoin system, like SolarCoins initiative, so participant companies to be able to profit in multiple ways, 2)  the second is to take your initiative to World Bank as an official proposal, so to become more official, more recognized, funded and advertised. 

Valéria Almeida

Dec 11, 2017


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This is a great initiative. In Brazil, Reverse Logistics is one of the most hard subjects to work with. Its very important to study and analyze this system implemented and operated by the different cities (shared responsibility between cooperatives, association and companies/etc). Deeply. These would include waste pickers, intermediaries, recycling industries, government and manufacturing entities. Here, in Brazil, it is much harder to work with Solid Waste issue than Climate Change. Even though both are correlated. Best regards, Valeria Gentil Almeida.