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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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El Grupo de Acción Cultural promueve actividades de arte colaborativo y comenzó a desarrollar tre
”Rincón Cultural Recrearte” es un programa de animación sociocultural dirigido a zonas urbanas de
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KOFAr manufactures and sells natural soil conditioners and processed vegetative compost that reve
Food wastage is a world wide problem and it`s happening even in the university`s Restaurant.
Garbage Clinical Insurance(GCI) is a micro health insurance program which uses garbage as a finan
Imagine a clean world where everyone gets appliances, repairs and service.
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Banco de Tecido is a physical space (and digital/online) that provides diverse fabrics, where any
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NOVABORI represents a strategic generation with a legacy of more than 60 years in textiles.
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Recored decrease carbon dioxide generated by industries and companies compensating through recycl
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By 2025 for every 3 tons of fish in the ocean there will be 1 ton of plastics.
The project Boron aims to make the access to clean energy easier and satisfy the basic needs of h
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Adaptavate beleive that there is a better way of making building materials.
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Reverse is a shared management platform of waste, which seeks to engage people, institutions and
The use of natural fibres is on the ascendency.
EcoBrick are our vehicles to address multiple social challenges.
We offer an online marketplace to empower creators. It's like ebay meets kickstarter.
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We developed sensor modules to put in any kind of containers.
Sampurn(e)arth provides waste management solutions which are environment-friendly, actively engag
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EcoPost produces posts and building materials from recycled plastic waste.
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EggPlant reuses wastewater to produce high-performance bioplastics, 100% bio-based and biodegrada
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