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Jul 14, 2012
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Public trust

I believe public trust in a pandemic is a big thing to have and is very necessary. This way the message about what to do can be sent clearly around countries. This also means the public will obey the suggestions in a way.See More
Jul 12, 2012
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In Malawi, farmers are being given seeds that they can plant anywhere and the trees that sprout out of them help the soil on the farm; making sure it is not eroding. The farmers share these seeds out to their friends and help with their crops too. These trees help with the farmers crops in a hot place like Malawi, meaning the economy grows in the farming industry in Malawi.See More
Jul 10, 2012
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Sacred Places

There have been many cases of people protecting places that are important to them or people that are related to them. Places that are ancient or sacred to old tribes or groups should be protected because they are a part of our history and are actually quite important. They should not be knocked down!See More
Jun 27, 2012
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A few years ago I met this guy who told me that desalting the world sea water would be a great idea and I totally agree with him, there is probably more than a few billion litres in the ocean and that would supply with world with more than enough.See More
Jun 5, 2012
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Imagine 4

MY event would be a celebration with all water-related activities. There would be a kids water fight and presentaions and creative surveys showing the importance of clean water. There would be donation boxes and slip for sponsorship if someone wanted to sponsor and person to give them clean water.See More
May 15, 2012
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New power source

I would create shoes that would create a small amount of electricity through a chip or battery. The chip or battery would be easy to remove and put in a toy, remote ect.See More
Apr 26, 2012
Ben Pearce commented on Sam Eastwick's blog post LEARN1
Apr 26, 2012
Ben Pearce commented on Sam Eastwick's blog post Mario Martinez
Apr 26, 2012
Ben Pearce commented on Sam Eastwick's blog post Food Crisis
"Good imagining, that seems about right."
Apr 26, 2012
Ben Pearce commented on Tom Burns's blog post Shadow a hero
"I think your hero is a great choice because he is trying to make a eco America"
Apr 26, 2012

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Every week, a new mission will be brought out. It is your duty as a social innovator to study the growing problems recorded in these missions and inspire people around you how to change the world.

Posted on July 14, 2012 at 5:07am


Every resource we have comes from the ground. But how much impact does mining coal, iron, gold etc. contribute to the world's landscape weening to a dried up cheerio. Mining changes so much in our world, it affects our water, our food, even our grass. Your mission is to find out new ideas to lower the harm mining has on our world.

Learn- Discover new ways to sustainably mine resources that are compulsory for industry.

Act- Raise awareness about this sustainable way to mine, in…


Posted on July 14, 2012 at 5:04am


I think Evoke should tackle the problem of pollution because it plays a major role in our everyday lives and everyone does it.

Posted on July 14, 2012 at 4:56am

Pandemic help

I would probably call on my mum first because she is a medical officer and might know how to keep out of the virus's way depending if it is transmitted through touch, water, or is airbourne.

Posted on July 14, 2012 at 4:53am

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Listen to the Right People

It's impossible to find a good solution to a problem you don't understand. I think that the first place to start when looking for a solution is understanding the problem by listening to the people it impacts the most. The knowledge one gains creates a foundation for a solution to be built on.Listening to the right people also leads to understanding the circ***tances of the problem: what other social, cultural or political elements contribute to this problem? What has already been tried? Who…See More
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