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Summary

(Amnesty Int'l)


               

(Note to the reader: This proposal is a companion proposal to: Green Funding the Path Towards a Future Carbon Negative Infrastructure/Economy and illustrates a key marine centric element in the iWENN Management Protocol.)     


Which plan do you select for China?

China: Chemosynthetic Management of the Water/Energy/Nutrient Nexus (WENN)

Which plan do you select for India?

India: Chemosynthetic Management of the Water/Energy/Nutrient Nexus (WENN)

Which plan do you select for the United States?

US Plan: Chemosynthetic Management of the Water/Energy/Nutrient Nexus (WENN)

Which plan do you select for Europe?

Europe: Chemosynthetic Management of the Water/Energy/Nutrient Nexus (WENN)

Which plan do you select for other developing countries?

Chemosynthetic Management of the Water/Energy/Nutrient Nexus (WENN)

Which plan do you select for other developed countries?

Chemosynthetic Management of the Water/Energy/Nutrient Nexus (WENN)

What additional cross-regional proposals are included in your plan, if any?


 

 

 

 

As a side note concerning the questions of the viability of chemosynthesis expressed by a few judges in the national/regional phase of this work, the oxyhydrogen reaction in algae  is currently being used at the industrial level.

Please see the below:

 


How do the regional and cross-sectoral plans above fit together?

 


Explanation of the emissions scenario calculated in the Impact tab

 




What are the plan’s key benefits?

 










What are the plan’s costs?

 


What are the key challenges to enacting this plan?

 




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References

1) AVISO+

 

2)http://www.shimz.co.jp/english

 

3) Retrieved on 10/15/15 from: The Great Debate: CLIMATE CHANGE - Surviving The Future (OFFICIAL) - (Part 1/2-min.41)

4)The Green Investment Report The ways and means to unlock private finance for green growth

5)RCP 2.6

6) Green Growth Action Alliance Members