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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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Mary Piper's picture
Hint: This will be the first introductory text about this project that viewers will see.
Jacqueline Kerr's picture
Yahoo phone number Australia invites troubled users to get assistance for how to solve Yahoo acco
The Fabric Social is a conscious clothing label with one important difference.
You know how sticking to self-improvement goals is really difficult?
YEVU believes that business can drive positive social change, empowering individuals and boosting
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Graeme Bowman's picture
This global online community will foster a contemporary form of wisdom within women, and share an
Enabling rural entrepreneurs build self reliant communities.
Spark* enables emerging local changemakers in some of the poorest places on the planet.
مشروع "سرفال" يسمح للهاتف المحمول بالعمل بدون شبكة اتصالات, بدون حكومة و كذلك في أوقات الكوارث،
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Serval permet aux téléphones mobiles de fonctionner sans infrastructure, sans gouvernement et en
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Com o projeto Serval, os celulares trabalham sem infraestrutura, na ocorrência de disastres ou se
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Serval permite que los teléfonos celulares funcionen sin infraestructura, sin gobierno y durante
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Serval lets cell phones work without infrastructure, without government or during disaster - usin
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Andrew Hamilton's picture
Enable all owners of vehicles to travel at lower cost and lower pollution levels, why should trav
Brodie McCulloch's picture
Social Energy Australia has the vision of providing the poor, disadvantaged and elderly with chea
Brodie McCulloch's picture
To Design, Build and Maintain an inner city bike network (bike sharing) that is automated and sel
Provide the upfront capital to install solar power at low income senior's household in locations
Julian Fang's picture
70% of all jackfruit is wasted in India, yet according to the World Food Programme – India’s home