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Laur Hesse Fisher

Apr 20, 2016
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On April 19, 2016, Huynh Phu Dat posted a number of proposals into open Climate CoLab contests with the content below. As his proposals were not contest submissions, we moved the content from the contests to this discussion post. We are looking into these claims and will reply here. His proposal stated: "My name is Huynh Phu Dat, a Vietnames, a victim of RAFFISH Judge: US Green Building Council. RAFFISH US Green Building Council was a judge & had 1 of 2014 Climate Colab contests: Creating public demand for Green Building https://www.climatecolab.org/plans/-/plans/contests/2014/creating-public-demand-for-green-buildings They stolen the idea” replanting destroyed plants” of my proposal on the 2014 MIT Climate Colab contest https://www.climatecolab.org/contests/2014/creating-public-demand-for-green-buildings/phase/1300403/proposal/4101 Because of spending too much time for the contest, I lost job, house. US Green Building Council stole my 5 years work, they stole everything of a homeless victim. This is the way I found the problem: Image: http://i1369.photobucket.com/albums/ag210/solveclimatechangeproject/1_zpsvyq3ukas.png Huynh Phu Dat's face + NOAA + US Green Building standards It's my 5 years work. In 2014, to build a building on an area which grow grass , bush , tree we have to destroy the plants . After finishing , US Green Building never replant the same kind of these destroyed plants at others places. 2014 green standards, sustainable design focus on energy, water, …., forget destroyed plants. No option about destroyed plants in LEED of US Green Building Council, this is the proof: Leed v4 for interior design and construction updated july 1, 2014(WITHOUT REPLANTING DESTROYED PLANTS or anything relate to destroyed plants) https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_c7teYrGH_6WU9DYXVqYUtmZ0k/view?usp=sharing After 2014 Green Building stole "replant destroyed plants idea" option. LEED v4 for BUILDING DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_c7teYrGH_6b2FjenMwc1ExRVU/view?usp=sharing Leed v4 for building operations and maintenance updated january 4, 2016Page 9SS Credit: Site Development—Protect or Restore Habitat .............................................................. 9EBOM, Schools, Retail, Data Centers, Hospitality, Warehouses & Distribution Centers ................ 9 Ss credit: site development—protect or restore habitatTo conserve existing natural areas and restore damaged areas to provide habitat and promote Updated July 1, 2015 Leed v4 for building design and construction https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_c7teYrGH_6d2NCZU5yVGVqVnc/view?usp=sharing Page 32 ss credit: site development—protect or restore habitatOption 1. On-Site Restoration (2 points except Healthcare, 1 point Healthcare)Using native or adapted vegetation, restore 30% (including the building footprint) of all portions of the site identified as previously disturbed. Projects that achieve a density of 1.5 floor-area ratio may include vegetated roof surfaces in this calculation if the plants are native or adapted, provide habitat, and promote biodiversity. This is another proof without "replant destroyed plants" of ISO 14001 Environmental Management System https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_c7teYrGH_6UWk3TU1jM0xtbUE/view?usp=sharing 2014 Huynh Phu Dat's petition on Change.org: https://www.change.org/p/tom-harris-stop-serious-wrong-environmental-standard I create this proposal to warn all MIT Climate Colab contestants and seeking a help of MIT Climate Colab staffs: Would MIT Climate Colab staffs help Huynh Phu Dat? Would MIT Climate Colab staffs contact US green Building Council and tell them couldn't steal an idea of Huynh Phu Dat's proposals. If he lost, why did they use his idea of 2014 Climate Colab contest. Pls tell them stop using the “replanting destroyed plants”, if they use the idea in 90 countries, at least they must apologize to Huynh Phu Dat. I will try to contact US Green Building, Green Building Japan, Canada Green Building Council, German Green Building Association, Green Building Council of Australia, US EPA, ….... Do they have plainness or not? I hope I can find a good person who work in Green Industry can intervene, tell US Green Building stop using Huynh Phu Dat's 5 years old work and publicly sorry to Huynh Phu Dat. How many people here work in Green Industry, do you have plainness? Who will take these actions? RAFFISH Judge: US Green Building Council and all Green Building Council in 89 others countries Where will these actions be taken? Green Building projects https://www.climatecolab.org/contests/2014/creating-public-demand-for-green-buildings/phase/1300403/proposal/4101

Hemant Wagh

Apr 20, 2016
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Dear Sir,
I request you & everyone else to kindly steal & implement the idea in "Swami Vivekananda Fruit-Trees Expansion Mission for environment, peace, health" and implement it globally without bothering about any adverse reaction from me for its spread & implementation. Link to proposal is below..

https://www.climatecolab.org/contests/2015/land-use-agriculture-forestry-livestock/c/proposal/1310401

Jennifer Perron

Apr 20, 2016
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Dear Hunynh Phu Dat,
It may be helpful to know that the US Green Building Council was not associated with, nor had a representative as a Judge to the 2014 contest referenced below. Two judges were, however, with the World Green Building Council, a different organization.

All content on the Climate CoLab is subject to non commercial reuse with attribution (see our Creative Commons license for details). If you feel that a person or organization outside the Climate CoLab misused this license, we recommend you view this page on the Creative Commons website to see actions you may take directly with that person or organization:
https://creativecommons.org/faq/#after-licensing.

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Jennifer Perron
The Climate CoLab

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Huynh Phu Dat

Apr 23, 2016
09:40

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US Green Building Council or World Green Building Council both use LEED certificate

Huynh Phu Dat

Apr 23, 2016
09:30

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I don't care where are they come from but they stolen my 5 years work, I confirm that raffish Judges stolen my 5 years work. I just hope you MIT staff are my witness

Huynh Phu Dat

Apr 23, 2016
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Can MIT staffs help me?

Huynh Phu Dat

Apr 23, 2016
09:31

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If no one from MIT help me, it's good to everybody can steal idea, works of MIT contestants to use in 90 countries or more than that.

Huynh Phu Dat

Apr 23, 2016
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MIT Climate Colab is a chance for raffish Judges steal 5 years work of Contestant. I hope 1 staff here will be my witness Pls contact hanoi@pham.com.vn

Huynh Phu Dat

Apr 23, 2016
09:09

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Why so raffish that Judges can steal works of loser? Why?

Jennifer Perron

Apr 29, 2016
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Dear Huynh Phu Dat,


As you know, the Climate CoLab is an online platform where people can share ideas through their written proposals.   All content on the Climate CoLab is subject to non commercial reuse with attribution, and covered by the Creative Commons license found here:  http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/.   We recommend that you read this license carefully, if you haven’t done so already.


The Climate CoLab is not in a position to verify or repudiate any claims about the abuse of Creative Commons terms by an outside party. If you feel that a person or organization outside the Climate CoLab misused this license, we recommend you view this page on the Creative Commons website to see actions you may take directly with that person or organization: https://creativecommons.org/faq/#after-licensing.


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The Climate CoLab

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