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Additional comments from the Judges:
The authors propose to buy and retire emissions rights in the EU ETS to lift the price of carbon to such levels that it shifts investment plans in climate
friendly directions. This is a good idea. Furthermore it is technically and economically feasible. The cost of running the campaign is within the budget frames of civil society. Whether one will succeed in making the campaign go viral is (of course) dependent on the tactics chosen - and cannot be guaranteed. It would be good to elaborate more on how one could mobilize so many citizens to buy credits. It should be tried at a bigger level than the ongoing campaign of Sandbag.org and outside the anglo-saxon liberal market economies.
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