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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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Il était une fois deux artistes autochtones spécialisés dans les nouveaux médias, Jason et Skawen
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Once upon a time there were two Aboriginal New Media artists, Jason and Skawennati, who wondered
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Organisations and businesses around the world are looking for effective ways to reduce staffing c
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Food wastage is a world wide problem and it`s happening even in the university`s Restaurant.
Lucy Devall's picture
An appropriate technology challenge for students in the UK and Tanzania to learn, make and share
Thomas Robinson's picture
Adaptavate beleive that there is a better way of making building materials.
By using a cleaning method without the usage of water Book-n-Wash proposes to reduce service cost
Talented artisans shouldn’t be in shadows but in limelight.
We have developed a porous material that can be put inside a gas tank to enable it to store up to
Simon Nash's picture
Petrochemicals and PTFE enter the environment via people's bikes every year.
Andrei Toma's picture
Home is within our heart. Furnishings in our homes makes them places to relax.
Through books, apps & cartoons we tell the story of ‘Detective Dot’, an 8 year old female cod
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We develop customized membranes to capture and remove traces of heavy metal contaminants to tackl
Software to turn EV's mainstream by matching passenger requests to EV's based on batter
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GiveVision is a software that powers any smart glasses to act as a guide for blind and partially
UK produces apparel waste of 350,000tonnes worth £140millions pa.
The Haller Farmers App is an open source web based app helping farmers farm the unfarmable in Ken
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The GeoFashion concept is to produce fashionable eco-friendly clothing with low-waste production
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