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Ambercycle makes microbes that can eat plastic instead of throwing them away. Our microbes produce chemicals when fed plastic.
One of the Dakota Access Pipeline's most devoted protestors is making his strongest stand back in his hometown.
#LeadYoung - Three Kolkata teenagers shows what it takes to grow up solving social problems in today’s world
In a world where social problems are on the rise, a growing number of young people are leading the solutions.
Lumber has developed a technology and process to re-use waste materials from the plastic industry into local economies, with the participation local recyclers and Municipalities. At the same time, he is building the necessary ecosystem, developing new roles and mindset shift for existing players.
The Ashoka East Africa staff and Fellows were saddened by the recent news of Ashoka Fellow Andrew Macharia’s passing. Macharia (Kenya, 2003) was one of the region’s earliest Fellows; he was elected in 2003 for his innovative community-based waste management and recycling program, The City Garbage Recyclers
Ruiz’s commitment to improving the lives of the working poor recently attracted the attention of The Global Fairness Initiative (GFI), which was founded with the goal of promoting fair and sustainable approaches to economic development. GFI presented Ruiz with the 2011 Fairness Award on November 8, 2011. Two weeks later, Ruiz accepted the prestigious Albert Medal at the Royal Society of Arts in London, joining a long and distinguished list of innovative pioneers that includes Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell.
Ever crocheted a plastic bag into a coaster? Beaded a bracelet of olive pits? Seen a bicycle or helicopter made of scrap wire?
Is it enough to recycle? Tomas Lang, 14, doesn't think so.
Découvrez les lauréats de l'Ashoka Changemakers Fabric of Change Challenge !