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SUBJECT: Your proposal in the Climate CoLab
Proposal: Effects of the Eucalyptus to water table in the Grassfield Region of Cameroon
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2015 Climate CoLab Judges - further comments
The underlying problem targeted by this proposal is an important one, and any success in replacing eucalyptus plantations could have important benefits for surrounding communities. The added value of focusing training on women in these communities is also interesting.
However, there is not enough detail in this proposal. No clear description has been given of what the project is, how it will be implemented, who will be involve, or what the project would cost.
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