What if solar panel installation projects became a community effort?
The Sunride platform enables ordinary people to team up, organize, and build sustainable community solar panels together in urban areas.
What if a simple blood extraction could improve cancer treatment?
Semka is developing a device that allows doctors to perform low cost, non-invasive tumor biopsies through blood extraction to target metastatic cells.
What if we could fight disease and reduce pollution with recycled shoes?
Foot Soldiers works to reduce rubber tire pollution by recycling disposed tires into handcrafted rubber shoes given to low-income rural people.
What if solar power were to reduce food waste, empower women, and improve economics?
Solar Conduction Dryer provides solar-powered food dehydrators to rural farmers to curb food spoilage and generate additional income from preserved produce.
What if organizations offer employees a 401k program for charity?
Good-Benefits helps companies streamline corporate giving programs by enabling employees to make payroll contributions over time to tax-exempt “micro-foundation” accounts.