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    #LeadYoung - Robin Chase: leading one entrepreneurial coup after another, like Zipcar

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    If anyone understands the profound transformation of society that is now upon us, it is Robin Chase.

    #LeadYoung - Why Waste? Learning to See the Glass as Half Full

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    Garvita Gulhati, now 18, is helping students in her high school see that age is not a limit to solving problems you care about.

    #LeadYoung - Sarah Toumi: Leading change in rural areas of Tunisia since the age of 11

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    Starting your journey as a changemaker in your teams sticks with you for a lifetime. Climate change mitigator and Ashoka Fellow Sarah Toumi’s story of starting her changemaking journey at 11 shows this link: that in a world of rapid change where following the rules is no longer enough, success means being a changemaker and the earlier you start the better.

    #LeadYoung - DIY Environmentalist

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    Forming global communities to protect the environment, Ashoka Fellow Shannon Dosemagen invented do-it-yourself environmentalism.

    #LeadYoung - Temple Grandin: “The thing about changing something is that it’s long, hard, sustained work.”

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    Temple Grandin, diagnosed with autism as a child, has revolutionized the livestock industry. By putting herself in the place of the cattle, she developed a series of equipment designs and a simple rating system to help the industry adopt new practices that reduce animals’ stress and injuries to both animals and workers.

    #LeadYoung - A peer community helped Ajay find his power as a changemaker in his teens

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    Raised in a farming village outside of Bangalore, India, Ajay Gopi was pushed to be an electrician like his father but he knew he wanted to explore

    The pioneer of food saving in Germany, Raphael Fellmer is now mainstreaming and commercializing saved food as a solution to the significant global problem of food waste.

    Rubens Gomes is working to slow the deforestation of the Brazilian Amazon while teaching rural and urban community members how to use the resources in a mutually beneficial and sustainable way. Rubens's program develops lines of alternative certified wood products–from musical instruments to furniture–while maximizing the natural and human resources of the Amazon.

    By bringing Brazil’s traditional foods like cassava back to life in top culinary markets, Teresa Corção is helping both small farmers and the country’s health.