Contests India’s Climate Action Plan 2015 India’s Climate Action Plan 2015 1st review
CoLab members create proposals
Jul 19, 2015 12:00 EDT
- Aug 11, 2015 12:00 EDT Finalist selection
Expert judges select finalists
Sep 1, 2015 12:00 EDT
- Sep 17, 2015 12:00 EDT Voting period
Public Voting Period
Sep 17, 2015 12:00 EDT
- Sep 27, 2015 12:00 EDT Completed
Winners are awarded
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Preparing India to tackle Climate change in the Circular Economy way
The main theme of this plan is to have atleast one cow per farmer so that the land ,air and soil pollution can be reduced by its products
Using household level Energy Performance Index to determine energy distribution strategies during power-scarce situations in Indian cities.
A real time EER/COP monitoring supplement to Split ACs/large air-conditioning systems that greatly impacts energy efficient use of ACs.
Reduce your energy consumption, Carbon Footprint and also your expenditure through the minimize calculator tool/application.
An online sustainability performance mapping platform to enable evidence-based policy making based on patterns derived from performance data
A campaign encouraging residents of cities to turn up the AC temperature by 2 degrees in commercial spaces to reduce climate change impacts
It is now imperative to take India's Action Plan on Climate Change to next level where it will include actions taken at individual level.
SHAPED uses context, people to identify and map the potential of existing and possibilities for future development
Strategic Habitat Assessment based on natural resource management, human resource conservation, and future development perspectives
Usage of piezoelectric materials to generate electricity without causing pollution to environment.
Urine contains Nitrogen and Phosphorus. It can be used to grow Diatom Algae. Diatoms consume CO2 and are natural food for fish.
Reforestation coupled with sustainable community enterprise and carbon credits is key to integrate climate actions with Indias development.
This proposal is designed to provide Planet Earth the option to effectively counteract the effects of atmospheric greenhouse gases.
India Atmospheric CO2 sequestration in soil via increased wheat, rice, root ball mass with natural, renewable, petroleum free, abiotic EPS
Mitigating climate change in India by attempting to control demand side consumption of resources by using a unique progressive tax system.
Student teams across India create micro community waste management social start-ups. Enabled through a mobile-based online leader board.
Method of resetting the climate. Dynamic vehicle CO2 collectors. Various methodologies like CO2 scrubber, Bio Energy with carbon capture
Dancing with the past tunes of nature to adapt to the climate changed moves of future rice farms in India
SEEM proposes pan India energy clusters among small and medium enterprises promoting guided self help to implement energy saving measures
Promoting a behavorial response to conserve energy while making it fun and engaging for urban Indians
Preventing a rise in non-renewable, on-grid energy demand and empowering the striving lower class through domestic solar power
Empower consumer to devise, custom user friendly energy management solutions and to reduce and contain their individual energy consumption.
Creating common information highway of machines-sensors-meters to connect to the Net and get integrated into our daily lives and processes.
India is set to tackle the pollution problem in the public transport sector, joining hands with Renewable Energy
Adapting natural farming techniques to curb climate change and to improve the quality of agricultural output.
A massive increase in the production of water, carbon negative energy and nutrients can be achieved through chemosynthesis.
Algae Frame to handle Global Warming. This differs from other approaches,its simple and more efficient but requires government support.
Massive campaign on energy conservation and renewable energy in Indian schools aimed towards building a network of Energy Ambassadors