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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.

 

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Andreas Lehner's picture
TRINE eliminates energy poverty, using a crowdinvesting platform to finance profitable solar ener
Rural farmers often rely on synthetic fertilizers, leading to long-term yield loss from soil degr
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Amos Mokaya's picture
To avoid the cutting down of limited trees, air pollution, smoke-related human diseases and schoo
In Kenya alone over 6 million off-grid households spend over $1bn on kerosene .
Kennedy Lamwenya's picture
Angaza Tv is a solar powered  Tv system that hooks up to any solar or refurbished battery.It enab
Kennedy Lamwenya's picture
Angaza Tv is a solar powered LED Tv system that hooks up to any solar or refurbished battery.Our
Kennedy Lamwenya's picture
Angaza Tv is a solar powered  LED Tv system that hooks up to any solar or refurbished battery. Ou
Ephraim Amos's picture
Provide fast maturing tree seedlings to locals to plant, advise them to conserve and use it in ba
Michelle Livingston's picture
Our responsible golf tourism company will donate 50% of our profits to anti-poaching efforts in K
Many indigenous communities here in Canada and around the world are struggling with the right to
Grundfos Lifelink is delivering a new model for sustainable water supply in the developing world
Social Justice and human rights are what we as a privileged society need to promote and work coll
The Social Justice Co-op provides leadership opportunities for high school students to learn the
I want to empower community-based organizations (CBOs) in informal settlements to generate income
ELISHA WABWILE's picture
Many rural communities experience a lack of water for planting and irrigation.
Culture-Link safaris was formed to look into numerous loopholes that are denying field staff and
Ross Deans's picture
Water collected during the rainy season is the primary source of drinking water for people on Was