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davidlongstaffe Jul 19
try dealing with all the double parking on main routes, engines running on double yellow lines forcing 4 lane traffic to move slower in 2 using 2nd and 3rd gas guzling gears and stop
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Dales Residents Jul 19
Credit to the for patching up Upper Parliament street. Putting Urban Clearways on some routes may help as long as there is overflow parking for people to go to. Underground carparks will provide this and create revenue for road surfacing and street cleaning
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Matthew Hughes Jul 20
Serious question: do you actually know what the blockchain is, or did you just overhear a bunch of buzzwords and thought "I want one of those!"
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Gary Millar Jul 20
Binary + hexadecimal once flummoxed me RAM, ROM + ICB’s were gobbledygook Then along came blockchain and I said why not use words like databases, P2P networks, hashes, cryptography, consensus protocols I said lets keep it honest + trustworthy They tell me that’s Blockchain
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Dales Residents Jul 20
The way to fix this funding gap is with congestion charging that pays some people for staying off the road at the busiest times. The levies raised find the roads (and only the roads) and the compensation to those who can wait
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Jonathon Clark Jul 20
I'm reading the whitepaper now... so the council and other bodies will be buying carbon credits (which don't yet exist) to fund emission reduction projects in the region? How is the money for the token figured out at POS? Does the consumer pay added ££? Isn't that just a tax?
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Poseidon Foundation Jul 20
Hi Jonathan. Please have a look at our projects. The carbon credits very much do exist. Poseidon buys upfront all carbon credits that are offered on our platform. This is the only way we can offer realtime rebalancing of climate impacts.
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Jonathon Clark Jul 20
Maybe I misunderstood; Page 16 of your whitepaper says "The carbon credits we will be offering do not readily exist. They need to be created by launching an emission reduction project."
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Poseidon Foundation Jul 20
Thank you for reading our white paper! What this chapter explains is that projects, like the one in Cordillera Azul in the Peruvian Amazon, are the result of philanthropic work with local communities. The resulting carbon credits are then offered on our platform.
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Jonathon Clark Jul 20
Awesome. So for LCC's case, would the projects be ones within our region?
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Laszlo Jul 20
We are focusing on conserving mature rainforests and national parks as biodiversity and local communities are crucial for the planet. By the way, all our carbon credits are double-certified as per our projects website and adhere to the highest environmental and ethical standards.
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Matt Wicks Jul 20
Hey Poseidon team- how did this deal come about? Did you win a competition or was there a tender?
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Laszlo Jul 20
Our platform is revolutionary and nobody is offering what we do. Our partnerships are created because our solution is unique and we are addressing a real-world problem in a way that will change the world.
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Matt Wicks Jul 21
Hi Laszlo, not questioning your credentials at all (I don’t know enough about your solution to form an opinion) my question merely relates to the interaction with Liverpool council. Naturally due process is about transparency when it comes to public-private partnerships. Details?
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Poseidon Foundation Jul 21
We totally agree with you. Our platform has been built on the previously for that reason: to provide transparency and traceability. We are currently working with LCC on the details of the implementation and will publish these when they have been worked out
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Matt Wicks Jul 21
Thanks. Please note I’m not questioning your tech stack (it’s not my place to question your tech or credentials). What is important is details being published before/alongside public announcements of partnerships because its has a benefit-in-kind impact. Thanks for your replies.
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Sazan 🌿⛓ Jul 21
If you would have chosen Platform maybe it would have make sense. Best of luck still
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David de Kloet Jul 22
A carbon credit token means nothing unless it's enforced. And if it's centrally enforced there is no point in using a blockchain.
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