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In Phase one:

1. You must outline the basic concept of your idea and what the end state will look like
2. You must state what the process would be, what resources you would require (this can be in the form of a timeline, a mind map, a graph or in written form)
3. You must state what resources in terms of human, financial, material, or otherwise you require to make this work (ensure this is realistic if you're not sure of Project Everest's resources, provide "Gold", "Silver" and "Bronze" levels of resources available. "Gold" being the best outcome and "Bronze" being the minimum required for you to be able to achieve an outcome).

To move into the "voting phase":
- your idea must have an average of 3 stars or higher
- your idea must be in line with our aims to create a socially beneficial good or service or,
- be in the best interest of moving one of our existing projects forwards
- be in line with lean-start up or realistically achieved with the resources that PE has

In Phase 2:

No more ideas can be submitted during this period. However, questions (in the form of comments) can be asked and the justifications/answers will be taken into consideration by other voters and the judges that decide which ideas move forwards.

Each user can allocate up to 10 points to an idea, but can only vote on 5 ideas. So you will need to prioritise where you put your points.

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What does Australia have a lot of?... Cows. Don't believe it? Well the cattle population in Australia actually exceeds it's human population. There are some 27 million cows in Australia and it's no myth that cows produce methane gas, which of course contributes to harmful greenhouse gas emissions. Now if we were to ask what Fiji has a lot of then, there's no debating the sheer scale of natural resources in Fiji, of which there is an abundance of Paw Paw. IDEA So why do we care...

Robert Stevenson
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Learn, Build, Repeat. Unlike some of the other ideas, my proposal is for an overall framework for R&D projects. It specifies a structure for implementing R&D into Project Everest's current project structure. Idea A two-phase, learn and build, program would help Project Everest to realise the potential of research and development, fully utilising its resources of smart capable problem solving students. Project Everest would benefit further from being at the cutting of...

Riley Harris
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Unfortunately, only a small proportion of the consultancy reports sold earlier in the year generated social impact. So logically we (July team) asked why.   Why? Here are our guesses The reports are too long and hard to comprehend We tried to fix this issue using a short-term solution, by reducing the size of the consultancy report, adding pictures and focusing specifically on one issue. -       We are yet to find out if No 1 is successful or not Fijian farmers prefer to be...

Tyson Feng
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A New Vision for the FarmEd Model:   Note : This is a long document but I am extremely passionate about ensuring the success of FarmEd as a venture. I believe that its realisation can only be explained in detail so that all aspects are considered and justified.   Summary:   This report aims to outline an improved business model, business timeline and business strategy, under the guise of a lean business canvas, to ensure the sustainable and realistic realisation of FarmEd...

Ed Henderson
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Concept Overview, Problem and Endstate Concept This isn’t a new concept. It is exactly what we have been doing in Fiji and have planned and set up to do in Malawi. An experimental farm that will allow 10-20 crops to grow on an acre of land, increasing productivity by up to 8-10 times, yielding as much as 100kg of useable produce per day. Yes, I have checked and tripled checked, 100kg per day. In order to achieve this, as has been done in India, we need to have a defined...

Andrew Vild
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Agtasker Back in July, Tiaan Stals contributed a brilliant idea in his crowdicity post “AgTasker - exporting the knowledge of Australian Agriculture students”. I want to bring the idea to life, but with a few tweaks and implementations that could be feasible in its infant stages. Below is a proposal that is specific to FarmEd but I hope in the future, this could be a realistic way to outsource for other tasks. Basic concept To refresh everyone’s memory without getting into the...

Tyson Feng
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