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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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Driven by the increasing estrangement of people in urban surroundings with nature and its potenti
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Gülcan Nitsch develops new approaches to recruit Germany’s largest minority group, Turkish immigr
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Ursula Sladek has created a new paradigm that shifts energy production, management, and ownership
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Johannes Hengstenberg is convinced that climate protection is not abstract and complicated but is
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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
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Cradle to Cradle visions a world where everyone can leave a big and positive footprint.
Waldemar Zeiler's picture
What is the problem with condoms?
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ImagineCargo is drastically reducing the emissions impact of small package deliveries.
Nils Beckmann's picture
Training and Coaching for a better social economy.
The AEROTERM SunWindHybrid is world's first combined SunWind Power Plant which uses updraft and r
We provide joyful spaces for childcare, the care of elderly people and civil engagement under one
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In the House in the Park stereotypical images of aging are challenged, enabling a new perspective
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This is just an example :-)
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media plattform for videos & informations about "housing" projects (Communitys, Coworking, re
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Humancredit is an online donation platform.
The DO School has partnered with H&M Germany to challenge an international class of emerging
easierLife offers a new user-oriented system composed of a wireless monitoring system and differe
The "clown consultation" is a new combination of care and laughter in nursing homes.
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12 women in their late 60´s profile their life in the radically different role of a clown stating