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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.

 

Total 17 ideas
If we are all part of the problem then we all need to be farmers of the solution.
Olivia Taylor's picture
Four Elements Environmental Scholarships have been awarded to selected school children to attend
Deepak Ashwani's picture
Dazin manufactures and distributes both fuel + cookstove to rural households in Bhutan, household
semifinalist
Thea Holm's picture
100% Green Tourism venue, offers educational tours to school groups and show casing various forms
Sangay Rinchen's picture
Dazin aim for every Bhutanese household using smoke-less, reliable and affordable residential ene
Thea Holm's picture
Here in South Africa there are no strict law enforcement around pollution and environmental explo
Rachel Briant's picture
This idea is bound to be a succes with the general public because it is gimcky and entertaining,
Empower communities that have no access to common electricity.
Olivia van Rooyen's picture
The Kuyasa Fund is a social development organization that uses microfinance as a tool for improvi
Roger Wynne-Dyke's picture
In conjunction with EDGE of AFRICA's 'Workshops with Local Kids' Project and in partnership with
) An integration of all appropriate technologies that are relative, applicable, practical, scalab
Priviledge Cheteni's picture
Shortage of energy has led people calling Africa the Dark Continent.
Deepak Ashwani's picture
Dazin provides cooking and heating fuel - for free to rural households and at below market prices
Deepak Ashwani's picture
Dazin provides cooking fuel - for free to rural households and at below market prices to urban an
Entered in Feedback Labs
Deepak Ashwani's picture
Dazin manufactures and distributes cooking fuel - for free to rural households and at below marke
Deepak Ashwani's picture
Dazin manufactures and distributes pellets for cooking to households (HH) in developing countries