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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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Although stroke is perceived as occurring primarily among the elderly, it also strikes infants. F
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Ecofirm is created to raise funds for reforestation projects worldwide.
The global food supply chain is broken.
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EggPlant reuses wastewater to produce high-performance bioplastics, 100% bio-based and biodegrada
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Catama Borneo work with indigenous communities to develop contemporary craft designs using tradit
Zerobarracento aims to bring pollution, waste and emissions to zero and transparency, quality and
Wei Sheng Tey's picture
FoodNinja envision zero food waste environment by providing solutions via different channels to o
Today the fashion industry is imposing a system of environmental and labor exploitation to increa
TrafficO2 is an app for smartphones that aims to reduce traffic and pollution offering citizens a
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The Batik Boutique is a social enterprise that equips vulnerable women with a sustainable income
Plain Ink creates engaging comics, imagery and stories to communicate public health and other vit
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Equoevento fights food waste related to social events.
WiKonsumer is the wikipedia of critical consumption.
At DiabetesLab we treat diabetes as a mathematical problem.
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What is the problem with condoms?
Orange Fiber is a company creating sustainable yarns and fabrics from citrus byproducts.
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We are environmentalists, offering innovative clean technology to convert efficiently bio-solid w
CANGIARI® garments are made of hand-loom fabrics, reproposing the heritage of Calabrian hand wove
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MEDinACTION is an on-demand house call medical service for travelers and expatriates that d
Now that we are nearing the second half of the year and spent the first half working hard, it may
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