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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 22 ideas
EcoBrick are our vehicles to address multiple social challenges.
If we are all part of the problem then we all need to be farmers of the solution.
The decline of the Jute sector in Bangladesh threatens millions of jobs and rural development.
Toilets For All brings affordable and eco-toilets to families of poverty-stricken communities.
Willem Malherbe's picture
Our aim is to introduce sharing options to a predominantly consumer driven society.
Olivia Taylor's picture
Four Elements Environmental Scholarships have been awarded to selected school children to attend
The EcoBrick Exchange uses 2-liter PET-bottles filled with plastic waste (EcoBricks) to build sch
To ensure youngsters from South African townships of a healthy future, community workers are trai
We are a start up recycling company, that aim to raise property value within our community.
Thea Holm's picture
100% Green Tourism venue, offers educational tours to school groups and show casing various forms
Souvik Aswad's picture
What happens to the paper coffee cup after you finish your drink?
OOT-BOX is developing a sustainable bag collection and supply chain 'made in bangladesh' by masse
I believe that my project has potential to change the mindset of a rural small businesses especia
Our company Sibesonke provides life empowering mobile phone services over even simple phones for
People will keep the environment clean by earning money in exchange of PET bottles, that will be
Partha Sarathi Roy, CSCA™'s picture
We, R&R Solutions, help industrialists help environment to maintain its pristine state.
Mahmodul Hassan's picture
I plan to take electricity to more homes and slums under the existing electricity supply by reduc
Thato Kgatlhanye's picture
Repurpose Schoolbags bring together recycling, solar energy and education for children.
Fayaz Yousuf's picture
Traditional plastics that we are using in our daily activities are made from oil and are non-biod