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Jennifer Lawrence

Dec 31, 2014
10:21

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Thank you for your proposal. It's a creative and interesting idea. We'd like to see you develop it a bit more and respond to the questions laid out in the contest. Looking forward to see what else you have to say! - Jen

Nabin Dhital

Jan 6, 2015
09:38

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This seems too annoying.If you had intention of solving the problems this would not be the response.Please come to the point of your dissatisfaction or this is last proposal i post.

Jennifer Lawrence

Jan 6, 2015
12:55

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Hi there: My apologies if you are offended by my comment. The contest has a number of questions for you to respond to, in order to facilitate proposal creation. Thus far, you have only given a pitch, answered that the government could take action, and a short answer to the potential benefits. The following questions have not yet been answered. Once they are answered, we can give more specific feedback for your proposal. Contest Guidelines The City of Cambridge seeks proposals that meet the following criteria: All proposals must be specific, location-based (Cambridge-specific), realistic, actionable, relevant, and measurable. *Projects that are most successful will target neighborhoods with the highest heat index in Cambridge. *Proposals should demonstrate effectiveness and will describe how success will be measured. *Proposals should detail expected benefits and costs, including ideas for funding projects. *Proposals will be creative and will not just target the ‘low-hanging fruit.’ Thank you for your participate in this contest.

Jennifer Lawrence

Jan 8, 2015
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Thank you for updating your proposal! We have a few follow-up questions: * Where would these “filters” go? Rooftops? Pavement? Elsewhere? * How exactly do these filters work? What are they made of? How are they installed? What’s the long-term maintenance for them? * You mention public participation -- what kind of public participation would be possible or desired? Thanks for your participation! - Jen

Nabin Dhital

Jan 9, 2015
10:24

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I have all the answers but will clarify last one:Public in this project will participate indirectly as long-term maintenance worker and as farmer too. Details with benefice granted.

Climate Colab

Feb 18, 2015
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Thank you for your proposal. Unfortunately it was not completed before the due date. Good luck on any future proposals!
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