A crash course in changing the world.
I live in Nuremberg, a very hilly city. I could combine my bike with a generator which could be hooked up with my mobile phone. Once I ride downhills, electricity can be generated and my mobile phone will be charged easily, maybe not fully charged at once, but considering that I ride bike at least twice a day, the power will be sufficient for a daily use.
Posted on June 28, 2012 at 2:56pm
I suggest that refugee should be the one of the next topics that evoke will focus on. There are millions of vulnerable people who left their countries and families and strive to live in an other place. Initiatives and solutions need to be evoked to help these stateless people overcome loneliness and settle in the new country, or support them to get back home.
About the WHO: College students are the most suitable players of evoke. We have passion, we have new thoughts and we also have…Continue
Posted on June 28, 2012 at 2:40pm
I would organize a themed painting event "water in our lives": each place in different countries has a super long canvas, kids and adults will all be invited to paint on it. They can draw anything about water, either realistically or using their fantasy: how water is used in their daily life, where does water come from and how is water cycled, what spectaculars things can be done with water, what would life be like when water is in shortage and what doohickeys may help saving water... Then…Continue
Posted on June 24, 2012 at 2:40pm
Music is an infectious global language and has the power of inspiring people. When the next pandemic flu begins to spread, I will organize a group of musicians all over the world. We will write songs together with inspiring tunes and lyrics or lyrics that can get across information about precautions and so on. We will then take videos of people from different countries singing the songs, mix the video together and upload them. By doing so, we are trying to deliver the message that all the…Continue
Posted on June 22, 2012 at 2:58pm