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2015 Proposal Workspace

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In this workspace, you can submit proposals outside of the contest periods. Proposals entered in this Workspace can be included as sub-proposals in the contests that seek climate action plans for the US, EU, China, India, Other Developed Countries, Other Developing Countries, or the World as a whole.

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All submissions are welcome: technologies, policies, products, public outreach campaigns, educational programs, community projects; new ideas or improvements on something that already exists; addressing climate change mitigation, adaptation, or geoengineering; local, regional, national, or global in scope. See the Climate CoLab taxonomy for the full scope of actions, places and actors. Read more…

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Climate information communication is crucial to understand climate as a major influence, to recognize risks and to take informed responses
A tool bringing together data from all accessible sources to support large and small initiatives for climate change amelioration.
Landscape harvesting of water is the solution for water shortage in Kenya and Horn of Africa.
7/16/15
anyone
A game for cultivating sustanable climate actions by kids for kids!
Planification for cooperative of respectful members to subsidize design, fabrication and commerce of Respect Of Speed Efficient (ROSE) cars.
6/18/15
team only
GreenSpaceNewLife @simranvedvyas @SynergY plant trees to green landfills; reduce CO2 emmissions reduce waste increase healthy oxygen cover
6/9/15
team only
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Integrating two technologies, Buoyant Flakes and Glacial Solutions, can be used to adjust regional climates and reverse ocean acidification
Implement a quality seal for long-lasting products to give transparency and a competitive advantage over planned obsolescence products.
Multiple disciplines of the life sciences are being negatively affected by global warming. Our media messages need to reflect that.