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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Evrnu fiber transforms cotton garment waste into textile fiber for the creation of premium garmen
Inspired by "Caine's Arcade" - kids around the world build anything they can imagine with cardboa
Laura Edwards-Orr's picture
Red Tomato coordinates marketing, logistics, and sales to create market opportunities for a regio
Shayla Stuhlmiller's picture
Loads O’ Fun, will provide app powered, locker based, laundry delivery, grocery delivery, mail an
Just Cause Coffee is a socially conscious premium coffee subscription that helps provide clean dr
Melody Brenna's picture
Reef Life nanotechnologies assist bonding of oceanic creatures, coral polyps, plants, medicines &
Imagine a clean world where everyone gets appliances, repairs and service.
Alison Halderman's picture
Change our stories to create change!
We are creating a tech solution that tracks the flow of organic cotton from the farmer to the mil
Renan Serrano's picture
Organic and inexpensive blend that makes you preserve your garments by reducing the washing cycle
Kathryn Campos's picture
Alter-Art will enhance small-space living worldwide, promote healthy social gatherings for all so
Ambercycle makes microbes that can plastic. Our microbes produce chemicals when fed plastic.
SunSaluter is a non-profit dedicated to improving energy and water access in the developing world
Have developed an automated process for apparel manufacturing, a machine to make clothing without
Developing 100% renewable materials designed to minimize the toxicity of the fashion industry eff
REvolve Waste is building the supply chain for closed loop textiles.
Food aid needs a makeover and NGOs have the ability to lead the way.
ENVenture works with respected community based organizations (CBOs) already based in the last mil
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Sundara runs soap recycling initiatives in India, Myanmar and Uganda.