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Explore this collection of the world’s most promising social innovations, submitted from every corner of the globe. These solutions give you insights into where the world is heading in the future.

 

Total 19 ideas
How do you make a bright future? You don't,you build bright minds to make it!
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The project Boron aims to make the access to clean energy easier and satisfy the basic needs of h
GreenLoo provides a public health service: it is a portable dry toilet that targets rural areas t
Andreas Kartakoullis's picture
Our solution is moving advanced scientific methods from the lab-bench directly to the crops in or
Recycling unused shipping containers to decent houses for many families who live in a disad
Forage harvest of fruits of terminthos tree from Chios Lesvos islands by women associations of t
Theodoros Papadopoulos's picture
The applicant is seeking to join forces with the experimental group of Dr.
Alzheimer Hellas Association's picture
This intervention aims at eliminating the stigma and discrimination towards patients suffering f
Ola Barramou's picture
Snail produces and distributes “gros gris” snails, one of
We have been mobilized because of the fact that Bees continue to languish and finally disappear.T
Forage harvest of fruits of terminthos tree from Chios Lesvos islands by women associations of th
Nopi Romanidou's picture
“DoitEco Project” is a series of ecological activities aim to promote an eco-mentality among soci
George Pavlidis's picture
This project aims to introduce senior individuals in technological means in order to communicate
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Ethel Psilou's picture
Aephoria.net is an early-stage Startup incubator that believes innovative entrepreneurship will s
Fotis Merakos's picture
TheCityGame is an app that gives users the opportunity to learn about meaningful actions, have fu
My "Zero-Waste-market"project aims to help reduce the waste generated from products' packaging by
ADF global's picture
ADF reuses plastic bags polluting Morocco countryside and turns them into ethical and ecological
The project “ReAGe” is a ‘‘bridge’’ between generations, aiming at reactivating seniors with sk