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Gum

2009-12-15 22:27 - 0 Comments

The problem:
Chewing gum stuck on pavement, street furniture and school desks.

The solution:
Placing boards with different designs to be filled with the gum color.
Submitted by Ruric Cuauhtemoc

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Earth Vote For Everyone

2009-12-16 10:46 - 0 Comments

We all are humans and therefore we have different opinions on Everything. From the smallest detail to the future of mankind. We like to discuss things and we like to be given chance to express our opinion. And there is nothing wrong with that. If only we could do something good while loudly expressing ourselves. Welcome to Earth Vote For Everyone! The bigger skeptic of global warming you are the more fun you will have by switching of the light. Remember, every vote counts!
Submitted by Voldemars Dudums.

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Break Down Social Barriers

2009-12-15 14:32 - 0 Comments

Ticket: "Buy None Get Two Free (ice-creams) - For you and a homeless friend". Give to those who wouldn't normally speak with a homeless person. The enticement and mutual enjoyment of a free ice-cream each may help break down the social barriers and get them talking. It would then have long lasting benefits, for the cost of just a few ice-creams.

Submitted by Peter Hopper

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Bugslicious!

2009-12-16 15:56 - 0 Comments

People throw garbage in parks, in exactly the same place where you may come to relax with friends or play with your child.
By this gesture they nourish new inhabitants: germs, bugs, worms etc. And they keep asking for more…garbage. We wanted to prevent this behavior in a funny way by confronting people who throw garbage with the direct consequences: a luxurious life for germs.
To illustrate our idea we chose common park scenes: parents playing with children, seniors playing chess, friends having lunch.
Submitted by Alina & Eva

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The Battery Can

2009-12-16 13:58 - 0 Comments

The Problem: Our world is being contaminated by many things. One of them is batteries. Batteries contain heavy metals such as mercury, lead, cadmium, and nickel, which can contaminate the environment when batteries are improperly disposed. Batteries may produce potential problems or hazards like pollute the lakes and streams as the metals vaporize into the air when burned. Also expose the environment and water to lead and acid and more.Solution: I invented “The Battery Can”. This “Battery Can” can be used by adults, but it is much more fun for kids!!

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