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This thread is for Group D.

Please upload your individual problem statement here. The deadline is by Friday night (before midnight 23:59 pm).

Your problem statement may describe anything (I really mean anything) you deem to be a real “problem”. Your observed problem may be of private, public, corporate, environmental, societal, professional, or any other nature. Please do not offer solutions or venture ideas to address these problems, only the problem itself. Feel free to quantify the problum, by adding facts, links or other types of references. We will start working with your problem statements at the beginning of our workshop on Saturday. Once you stated the problem, please define which industry sector(s) it would (best) align to, and who are the top three companies in your eyes already work in the field of the problem (again, don’t think solution). While listing these companies down please be prepared to answer WHY these companies should or shouldn’t have an interest in your problem. You do not need to write this rationale in the submission, yet, be ready to discuss it.

Important, before our VC on Saturday everyone needs to familiarize themselves with the other problem statements in their own group, as it will facilitate your group discussion during the VC for break-outs.

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6 hours ago
JOAO CAMPILHO
RE: Group D
COLLAPSE
Problem Tweet: “The transportation sector generates the largest share of global greenhouse gas emissions – hence, free public urban transport would reduce the number of cars on the road and resulting emissions where they’re the biggest problem.”

Challenges: Shared and pooled EV’s not only have a smaller carbon footprint when compared to their traditionally gas fuelled counterparts, but they can also actually generate carbon credits to be sold on the carbon market by subtracting the carbon not produced by the EV vs. the carbon that would have been made by a traditional gas-fuelled vehicle in the same kilometre distance – hence generating carbon credits to be sold in the carbon markets to create revenue to reinvest back into the urban electric transport itself – hence making it free (or cheaper/more accessible) and accelerating the substitutability rate of other traditional gas-fulled options.

Related Industry/Sector: Transport/Energy/Sustainability

Related companies/why they should have an interest in the problem: Rideshare platforms ie. Uber, Cabify and Lyft could benefit from applying their EV rides for carbon credits to generate free/cheaper/subsidized rides in urban settings and accelerate the substitution of traditional gas-fuelled fleets.

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