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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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Evrnu fiber transforms cotton garment waste into textile fiber for the creation of premium garmen
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Just Cause Coffee is a socially conscious premium coffee subscription that helps provide clean dr
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Reef Life nanotechnologies assist bonding of oceanic creatures, coral polyps, plants, medicines &
Imagine a clean world where everyone gets appliances, repairs and service.
We are creating a tech solution that tracks the flow of organic cotton from the farmer to the mil
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Organic and inexpensive blend that makes you preserve your garments by reducing the washing cycle
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Alter-Art will enhance small-space living worldwide, promote healthy social gatherings for all so
$120 billion worth of biomass (e.g.
We’re building an supply chain network in Southern California for hemp textiles by partnering wit
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Lazlo combines timeless design with a commitment to responsible business.
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Developing 100% renewable materials designed to minimize the toxicity of the fashion industry eff
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ENVenture works with respected community based organizations (CBOs) already based in the last mil
At 2WO BRAND, we believe the future of sustainable clothing begins with your worn-out threads.
Handloom Nation promotes sustainability in fashion by connecting fashion brands with skilled hand
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Idia’Dega is a global eco-design collaboration connecting Indigenous artisans to co-design and de
Through our research with our teachers we have invented a composting device that is also a mosqui
MEarth is a 501c non-profit that is located on the site of Carmel Middle School.
Eco-Valve is a shower head attachment that reduces the average household’s indoor water consumpti
Women’s vulnerability increases in emergency situations.
Food spoilage is a real problem in developing countries.
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