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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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How do you make a bright future? You don't,you build bright minds to make it!
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Austin Bowden-Kerby's picture
Reefs provide food and income for coastal communities and are a foundation of tourism, producing
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Modelo de trabajo de 13 pasos para la reintegración social de retornados guatemaltecos trabajando
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Bob Wilson's picture
To develop a woodland site as a Centre of Excellence offering weekend training events, 1-day skil
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La Mochila de Darwin is trying to bring science to everyone.
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La Mochila de Darwin is trying to bring science to everyone.
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Jinjutha G's picture
"เราจะรู้ได้อย่างไรว่าเรากำลังก้าวไปข้างหน้า.. ถ้าเราไม่รู้ว่าเราผ่านอะไรมาแล้ว"
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Will Cadell's picture
a web application to help communities capture their stories
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At the age of 14, Fraser Doherty was taught to make jam by his Grandmother and started selling ho
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Brodie Ferguson's picture
El Corredor Chocó-Darién de Conservación tiene como objetivo enfrentar la pérdida de biodiversida
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Brodie Ferguson's picture
O Corredor de conservação Chocó-Darién tem como objetivo solucionar a perda da biodiversidade e a
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Blue Ventures’ marine expeditions use innovative approaches to conserve fragile marine and coasta
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Brodie Ferguson's picture
The Chocó-Darién Conservation Corridor aims to address biodiversity loss and global climate chang
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Here in Hawaii, place of more endangered and endemic species than anywhere - there are more unr
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GE Free Yukon is a close knit collaboration of farmers, social activists and consumers whose moti
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We will create and distribute in a educational campaign, packets of identity-preserved corn with
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Michael O'Callaghan's picture
Ireland should be a GMO-free biosafety reserve to safeguard Europe's biodiversity, food safety an
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