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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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Ambercycle makes microbes that can eat plastic. Our microbes produce chemicals when fed plastic.
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Stacy Flynn's picture
Evrnu fiber transforms cotton garment waste into textile fiber for the creation of premium garmen
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Our Eden project aims at fighting malnutrition in Sanankoroba which is a rural area of Mali.
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Tulin Akin's picture
We offer a mobile technology service and face to face education to over 1 million farmers all ove
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Liliane Fell's picture
The Green Cuisine Project is an urban collective production program that buys organic foods from
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Liliane Fell's picture
O Projeto Cozinha Verde é um espaço urbano de produção coletiva que compra alimentos orgânicos da
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To pioneer sustainable change in the way malnutrition is addressed globally by treating people at
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Lisa Curtis's picture
Kuli Kuli creates moringa superfood bars that nourish the world.
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En 2008, PUSH estableció una Zona de Desarrollo Verde (GDZ) en la ciudad de Buffalo, concentrando
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Ana Cutts's picture
Como en la mayoría de las grandes ciudades, Buenos Aires cuenta con más edificios no utilizados o
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Ana Cutts's picture
Como a maioria das grandes cidades, Buenos Aires tem mais edifícios ñ utilizados ou mal utilizado
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Aaron Bartley's picture
Em 2008, a PUSH criou uma Zona de Desenvolvimento Verde (GDZ), em Buffalo, ao concentrar os inves
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Louise Berry's picture
Las mujeres solteras en Himachal Pradesh, India están demandando al Estado los derechos de arrend
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Louise Berry's picture
As mulheres solteiras do Estado de Himachal Pradesh, Índia, estão exigindo do Estado seus direito
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Aaron Bartley's picture
In 2008, PUSH established a Green Development Zone (GDZ) on Buffalo's West Side by concentrating
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Ana Cutts's picture
As most large cities, Buenos Aires has more unused or badly used buildings than families in need
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