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Finalist Evaluation

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Proposal: Sustainability2020 - GLOBAL - Home Energy Challenge & Online GREEN QUIZ Contest: Shifting Behavior for a Changing Climate 2016 Thank you for your contest entry. Thank you for your contest entry. We appreciate your willingness to share your ideas and also the time and effort you put into developing a proposal and submitting it to the contest. We have reviewed your proposal and found that it contained intriguing elements; however, have chosen not to advance it to the next round of competition. We encourage you to keep developing your idea. Transfer your proposal to a Workspace to re-open it, make edits, add collaborators, and even submit it into a future contest. You can do so by logging into your account, opening your proposal, selecting the Admin tab, and clicking “Move proposal.” We welcome you to stay involved in the Climate CoLab community: support and comment on proposals that have been named Finalists, and vote during the public voting period to help select the contest’s Popular Choice Winner. Climate CoLab will be opening more contests throughout the year and you are welcome to submit your proposal to those contests as well. Keep up the great work. We hope that by working together, we all can create solutions that wouldn’t otherwise be possible. Sincerely, Contest Fellows If there are additional comments from the Judges & Fellows, they will be included below.

Semi-Finalist Evaluation

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Judges'' comments

This is a well laid out proposal. Overall this proposal seems to have a great potential but there are some areas for further development:

-The proposal doesn't fully consider costs, stating it would be "free" for schools, and paid for by cities wanting data. We would like to see the costs to run this program spelled out (and more clarity as to what specific data will be generated) and the benefits.

-There is a lot of great information about how gameification can be effective for achieving participation. We would like to see more of that and less external incentives for participation (which can erode internal incentives that are more lasting, when the external incentives run out)

- A focus on competition and 'points' for students. Research indiciates that when students complete a task in order to get a treat, they do not learn about the task only the treat. We are also not sure if cities will be willing to pay for this service. 3. Is this an afterschool program or is it integrated into classwork?

- Also, some details regarding recruitment process of students, working hours per week, after school program or integrated with class work etc can be added which can help to understand it's execution process.

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