OpenCOP21Use Case

Description

A month before the COP21, DemocracyOS and Democracy 2.1 teams allied to facilitate the first non-state citizens’ online debate on the text of the climate conference. The two teams synergized to create the most innovative and responsive platform dedicated to making the negotiating text (in English) accessible to everyone in the world. Don’t just sit there. Learn about the controversies and hard questions we face in the fight against climate change, and help make this a truly worldwide debate! All the comments you leave on this website will be compiled in a report that we will formally present to the negotiators and stake-holders.

UserSize
1000-2000
Tool
By
start
2015
stop
2015
UserType
Citizen
additionalURL
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lex-paulson/how-to-become-a-climate-n_b_8748676.html
Twitter
https://twitter.com/Open_COP21
scale
National
Description
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A month before the COP21, DemocracyOS and Democracy 2.1 teams allied to facilitate the first non-state citizens’ online debate on the text of the climate conference. The two teams synergized to create the most innovative and responsive platform dedicated to making the negotiating text (in English) accessible to everyone in the world. Don’t just sit there. Learn about the controversies and hard questions we face in the fight against climate change, and help make this a truly worldwide debate! All the comments you leave on this website will be compiled in a report that we will formally present to the negotiators and stake-holders.
fr
Faire participer les citoyens au sommet du climat à Paris
Location
France
Logo
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Name
OpenCOP21
Tags
  • Participation
  • Voting
  • Debate
Types
Use Case
Website
http://opencop.org/
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DemocracyOSPlatform, Software

A platform designed to get informed, debate and vote. Power in your hands.

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Democracy 2.1Platform

Democracy 2.1 is a Czech company that aims to radically improve democracy worldwide, centered upon a voting system invented by Karel Janeček, a Czech anti-corruption activist, mathematician, and philanthropist.

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