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Daniel Rossetto

Jul 4, 2014


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Dear rosjones, Thank you for your entry in the global plan contest! Please note that — unlike other Climate CoLab contests -- two central elements of this global contest is for authors to (1) link together proposals from other contests into an integrated plan for the world as a whole, and (2) complete the climate model for their proposal’s impact on climate change and our economic systems. Please revise your proposal to incorporate these two elements, or else your proposal is not likely to be rated highly in this contest. If you wish to submit an idea to the Climate CoLab without including other proposals and how they fit together into a larger vision, we recommend moving your proposal to another contest. Kind regards, Daniel

Rosemary Jones

Jul 16, 2014


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Dear Daniel. Thank you for that reminder. Hopefully there is enough space to put my proposal with other peoples, but please explain what you mean by a climate model for their proposal's impact on climate change and our economic systems. Also, please explain why that is in anyway an answer to the contest's question. Please also advise when the contest for solving the totality of the climate problem by any one single person will be available. Thank you. Rosemary Jones.

Rosemary Jones

Jul 18, 2014


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Dear Daniel. I am getting no response from the Model interactive. What to do. Is it essential, and if so, why ? Thank you. Rosemary Jones.

Climate Colab

Aug 20, 2014


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Mentions link to Green Climate Fund but does not explain how proposed program will interact with GCF and its program, objectives and governance. The proposal is a mix of what, why and how. Somewhat difficult to understand and follow, more advocacy than a proposals for concrete actions. Benefits are subjective and not clearly enough specified. Choice of subproposals appeared somewhat arbitrary and not adequately justified in the explanation (also the sub-proposals were not hyperlinked so a reader could not click through to read them).