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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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We promote growing traditional rice free from agrochemicals in Sri Lanka.
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Many estate properties or smaller agricultural zoned properties are not suited to Farming uses bu
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The Virtual TV Studio for Youth : a mentored, collaborative web space for all high schoolers acro
CyberSafeBC.ca will provide videod-based information for BC youth to help them learn about the da
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There is fundamental need to express own vision by creative work, to be an artist, to rejoin in h
Friends of Clayoquot Sound in Tofino will open an Eco-Centre which is designed to tell our story,
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To create a think-tank/research centre that identifies, defines and works toward promoting sustai
The project brings local youth & seniors together to collaborate on film projects about elder
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Through, art, ceremony and story telling, aboriginal, settler and newcomer communities can collab
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Art workshops and creative film making for native teens who are struggling with alcohol, drug abu
At SportsCanada.TV, we have created an affordable live streaming network for Canadian amateur spo
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Our solution is to create SWAG clubs in high schools throughout BC which engage youth in sustaina
Develop children's sense of respect for community and encourage sustainable actions by educating
Direction's Media program for homeless and at-risk youth builds capacity and community through va
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a web application to help communities capture their stories
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The BC Women in Energy Network fosters the success of women in the BC energy sector while raising
The Tofino Ambassador Program (TAP) delivers orientation and training sessions designed to share
The Comox Valley has a population of around 65,000 in 3 main communities, the City of Courtenay,