Innovation

Social Innovation Change-makers Festival 2014

18 October, 2014

Social Innovation Sydney helps change makers connect with one another and build networks to drive social innovation. We connect people with ideas to people with skills so that they can create new ventures together.

Every social innovator wants to the world to change, but none of us control how different the future will be. Can you creatively engage with the futures you hope for and those you fear to develop and refine your vision, rather than being paralysed by indecision? We believe you can. This one-day workshop take participants on an imaginative journey into four futures they will co-create, then brings them back to right now with renewed purpose and a clearer focus.

Where: UNSW Art and Design, corner Green’s Road and Oxford Street, Paddington, Sydney NSW
When: 9.30am - 4pm Saturday 18 October, 2014.
Cost: $25 + BF
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PREMIER’S SUSTAINABILITY AWARD

Victorian Premier's Sustainability Awards - entries closing soon

July 15, 2013
The Premier's Sustainability Award is one of the most prestigious environmental awards in Victoria. The deadline for entries in the eleventh year of this award is less than two weeks away. The competition has 8 categories: Innovative Products and Services, Infrastructure and Buildings, Tourism, Education, Environmental Protection, Small and Medium Enterprises, Large Business and Community. If your business is a leader in green innovation and happens to be in Victoria the government recognized competition is a good avenue for exposure and acknowledgement.

Where: All of Victoria.
When: Before 2pm Monday, July 15 (finalists announced October 22).
Click here for more information.

soccket

Soccket to ‘em

Monday, 25 March 2013

An eco-friendly portable generator in the form of a soccer ball is changing the lives of people in developing nations, one game at a time.

soap-story

Just add soap

Monday, 13 August 2012

A couple of innovative friends in the U.S are saving lives around the world by recycling leftover soap from hotels.

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