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Buildings 2016

1day until Voting Period ends
Proposal creation

CoLab members create proposals

01/15/16 EST - 05/23/16 EDT
Semi-Finalist selection
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05/23/16 EDT - 06/07/16 EDT
Proposal revisions
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06/07/16 EDT - 06/15/16 EDT
Finalist selection
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06/16/16 EDT - 07/05/16 EDT
Voting Period
CoLab judges select winners

07/05/16 EDT - 07/31/16 EDT
Winners present to potential implementers

08/01/16 EDT
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What initiatives, policies and technologies can significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the building sector?

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change estimates that buildings will account for over 25 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions in 2030 and that nearly half of these emissions can be avoided at modest cost, all of which makes buildings one of the sectors that holds greatest potential for climate change mitigation. This contest seeks proposals on how emissions from buildings can be significantly reduced, with a focus on increasing energy efficiency.


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Cooperative BuildingKaenga

6/15/16 Team only
Let's build more sustainable buildings by empowering people to design their homes and shape their communities.

Naturally heated homes for colder and poorer regions of the worldJaved Sultan

6/15/16 Team only
Teaching people to build low carbon footprint, energy efficient, and naturally heated homes in poorer and colder regions of the world - Bringing transparent energy data to rental housing

6/14/16 Team only
If we want to reverse climate change, we have to reach people who don't think about it. Let's make climate-friendly housing decisions easy.

willpower energy: Make your own fuel from CO2 at homeGensoric

6/14/16 Team only
Make your own fuel at home from atmospheric CO2 – heat your home with the energy you produce and store yourself #UseNotReduce