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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Groundit's mission is to reduce the carbon footprint of cafés within Montreal and to transfo
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Initiated in Minnesota, by caring adults who taught school children how to manage and do reading
We desperately need a new approach to solving climate change and sustainability.
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We are making plastic waste a currency that can be exchanged for the items needed to lift someone
With a steady increase in world wide population and ever changing climate, growing enough nutrien
Claudia Li's picture
The Youth Leadership & Community Development Program will focus on building a sense of belong
The Green Events Program is set up to make it easy for secondary school event organizers to minim
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Village Vancouver coordinates, organizes and facilitates individuals, neighbourhoods and organiza
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Our goal is to provide tailored training programs, public engagement toolkits and best practices
Friends of Clayoquot Sound in Tofino will open an Eco-Centre which is designed to tell our story,
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We're a nonprofit rescuing excess fabric from manufacturers, the film industry, and more.
To create a think-tank/research centre that identifies, defines and works toward promoting sustai
Earth Matters seeks to provide an avenue for youth to be inspired, direct change and share a visi
The Mobility Pass will create a pathway for transforming a fragmented regional transportation sys
Provide local, sustainable, affordable, and healthy food to the Vancouver community.
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iSchoolTravel is a set of tools that measures and communicates to-and-from school travel impacts
Collect & recycle soap discarded by the hospitality industry & distribution of these to i
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Activating and mobilizing Hua Ren - the largest cultural group in Canada - to become game-changin