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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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Venture for America is a competitive two-year Fellowship program that recruits top college gradua
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An entire city can efficiently feed itself on local produce alone, and we're out to prove it.
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En 2008, PUSH estableció una Zona de Desarrollo Verde (GDZ) en la ciudad de Buffalo, concentrando
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Em 2008, a PUSH criou uma Zona de Desenvolvimento Verde (GDZ), em Buffalo, ao concentrar os inves
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In 2008, PUSH established a Green Development Zone (GDZ) on Buffalo's West Side by concentrating
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Sustainable Jersey is a certification program for municipalities in New Jersey that want to go gr
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Loads O’ Fun, will provide app powered, locker based, laundry delivery, grocery delivery, mail an
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What are the challenges and obstacles children face in life today at home and school?
Orora Global is a social enterprise with the focus to eliminate the problem of energy poverty in
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Launch Exchange is committed to growing social enterprise in Detroit and beyond.
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Alter-Art will enhance small-space living worldwide, promote healthy social gatherings for all so
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HandUp is a technology platform that lets you give directly to specific homeless people and neigh
SunSaluter is a non-profit dedicated to improving energy and water access in the developing world
$120 billion worth of biomass (e.g.
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Despite the global proliferation of off-grid solar products, the rural poor of Pakistan don’t use
Sequestration of voluntary labor base for the improvement of the human condition.
The Passive House Prototype features affordable housing that uses 50 - 75% less energy than house
Since its founding, Liberian Energy Network ( LEN )has distributed over 7,000 solar lighting unit
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