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What questions do engineers have for climate scientists?

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Mark Kriss

Jan 10, 2013
05:42

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http://visionprize.com –– an online poll of scientists –– would welcome your suggestions. Thanks.

James Greyson

Jan 10, 2013
06:47

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Hi Mark, this is a super project for gathering expert opinion on climate. Many thanks for introducing it here. Are you looking for climate experts from the CoLab community to take part? I bet many would be keen! There are sure to be engineers in this community also. My question is how best for them to respond to your question with their questions? James

Mark Kriss

Jan 11, 2013
02:36

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Hi James, Vision Prize would welcome the participation of climate experts from the CoLab community in two ways. (1) Participate in the Vision Prize expert poll. Sign Up here: http://visionprize.com/checkout2 Currently open to climate scientists, and other scientists or researchers with relevant expertise. This includes: * Members of the academic community with relevant expertise (including doctoral students in climate-related fields) * Research scientists in relevant industries, government agencies or laboratories, and non-governmental organizations * Others with advanced degrees and relevant scientific or technical credentials. Principal criterion for participant selection: Is the prospective participant generating original scientific research in a climate-related field? (2) Share your ideas for future poll questions on our Expert Forum (https://visionprize.uservoice.com/forums/66029-comments-and-ideas/category/45965-poll-questions) or here at Climate CoLab: * Climate scientists * Energy technology professionals * Sustainability professionals * Science communicators * Climate policy professionals Thanks for your interest! --mark

James Greyson

Jan 11, 2013
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Brilliant thanks Mark!
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