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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 31 ideas
Kate Stephenson's picture
Yestermorrow Design/Build School’s Semester in Sustainable Design/Build will provide college stud
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Kathryn Campos's picture
Alter-Art will enhance small-space living worldwide, promote healthy social gatherings for all so
The Passive House Prototype features affordable housing that uses 50 - 75% less energy than house
Shaista Bukhari's picture
KOUNKUEY DESIGN INITIATIVE (KDI) transforms impoverish
Thriving World is a global social resource networking site designed to elucidate and mediate acce
michael brown's picture
Provide personal learning environment for socially and economically challenge population.
The project is to research, design, build, and evaluate an affordable, modular, pre-fabricated, Z
The developing world faces many challenges, and our team has addressed two of them very explicitl
This idea is to provide a sustainable quality of living in areas where the housing is less privil
JAMES GARRETT JUNIOR, JOSEPH HANG CARLOS DUQUE, ROSANGELINA MATA CASTRO's picture
This proposal is a systemic approach to meeting the sustainable, inclusive housing needs of rapid
Iglu is the Inuit word for a house or home built out of any material,[1] and is not restricted ex
Triburbia is a proposal to create a LIFE-WORK-FARM Community , divided into different housing typ
Michelle and Ramon Gabrieloff-Parish's picture
We may not be able to redesign a city with $10,000, but we can inspire people to work towards and
To create sustainable cities within our lifetimes it is imperative to successfully retrofit exist
My proposal for the $1M would be to design and construct 100 decentralised solar/wind electic po
Jennis Singla's picture
Straw is an insulator, a renewable resource, cheap and easy to build with.
The idea is to create a sustainable quality of life on under utilized parcels of urban land.
To create buildings that would contain Recreation Vehicles as the main living areas, (bedrooms, k