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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 42 ideas
Driven by the increasing estrangement of people in urban surroundings with nature and its potenti
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Gülcan Nitsch develops new approaches to recruit Germany’s largest minority group, Turkish immigr
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Ursula Sladek has created a new paradigm that shifts energy production, management, and ownership
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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Johannes Hengstenberg is convinced that climate protection is not abstract and complicated but is
Entered in Ashoka Fellows
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People running home.
Ava Mulla's picture
Building Pioneers makes solid houses more affordable, eco-friendly and disaster resistant in deve
Manuela Trinh's picture
“Pack to the Roots”–a backpack full of intelligent design,traditional textile crafts and social e
Nora Sophie Griefahn's picture
Cradle to Cradle visions a world where everyone can leave a big and positive footprint.
dreiklang apparel brings great slow fashion from which combines inner & outward beauty.
Patricia Stoll's picture
We create a business model in order to build a filter out of local materials, such as clay and us
Giving every person with a broken smartphone the choice for a perfect solution.
Ecosia is THE search engine that plants trees.
Michael Weber's picture
Bonsum is a B-Corp certified start-up, providing a safe, convenient and incentivising way to shop
semifinalist
Jonas Stolzke's picture
my Boo produces high quality bamboo bicycles together with the social NGO "Yonso Project&quo
Henning Siedentopp's picture
mela wear aims to enlarge the market for sustainable fashion by providing garments at a competiti
Henning Siedentopp's picture
mela wear aims to enlarge the market for sustainable fashion by providing garments at a competiti
semifinalist
David Emmerth's picture
ImagineCargo is drastically reducing the emissions impact of small package deliveries.
Education is a universal human right.