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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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Flore Roura's picture
Terra Nova produces compost from urban waste, reducing groundwater pollution and carbon emissions
The world wastes enough food to feed four times the number of hungry people in the world annually
Samuel Malinga's picture
The project addresses the entire faecal sludge management chain.
Bandile Dlabantu's picture
Responding to food insecurity and the increasing cost of animal farming in rural South Africa, Kh
Bilikiss Adebiyi-Abiola's picture
Wecyclers harnesses the power of urban communities to reclaim neighborhoods from unmanaged waste
Proyecto Plato Lleno es una iniciativa solidaria y voluntaria que busca rescatar la comida elabor
Müller NANDOU TENKEU's picture
LE CHARBON ECOLOGIQUE A PARTIR DES DECHETS MENAGERS EST UNE SOLUTION ALTERNATIVE A MOINDRE COÛTS
Inculcating the habit of segregating waste at source amongst Indians is an urgent  priority.
Kaitlin Mogentale's picture
Pulp Pantry is a model for turning fruit and vegetable pulp waste from local juiceries into easil
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There are many open dumps in India which cause disease and pollution.
Safi Organics presents an alternative fertilizer called fortified biochar from organic waste.
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Bandile Dlabantu's picture
In essence we want to set up a bioconversion site in Gauteng that will take up organic waste from
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We are a start up recycling company, that aim to raise property value within our community.
Matt Jernigan's picture
What if we could get a million people donating a dollar a week to feed the hungry?
Evariste AOHOUI's picture
PAROCI addresses the environmental issue in Côte d'Ivoire.
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O projeto Cine Ambiental: Educando para a Sustentabilidade, estimula a reflexão crítica utilizand
Queremos promover un cambio de paradigma mediante simples acciones sustentables a realizarse en l
No Brasil, as embalagens de aerosol tem uma reciclagem pequena (cerca de 1% são recicladas), o re
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