Breakthroughs for the twenty-first century
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Nineteen ‘Breakthrough Ideas’ filtered from 285 submissions spread across the spectrum of sustainable development, with solutions ranging from policy change to grassroots action to technological innovation. They encompass varying levels, from individuals, to communities, cities, and things that need to be done at national or international level. Indeed, many of the ideas are driven from the grassroots, but require government to act as the enabler.
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