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Samsø island off the coast of Denmark appointed by the EU as a "Best Practice" is a well known case study that shows the extent how grass-root movements can organize feasible and effective bottom-up solutions for renewable energy adoption.

Samsø island off the coast of Denmark appointed by the EU as a "Best Practice" is a well known case study that shows the extent how grass-root movements can organize feasible and effective bottom-up solutions for renewable energy adoption.

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Time is a precious asset. Would you be willing to give your time, to work on community service of your choice where you gain credits which in the future would be transformed in health care services when you are old?

Time is a precious asset. Would you be willing to give your time, to work on community service of your choice where you gain credits which in the future would be transformed in health care services when you are old?

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Helder commented on The Re-Food Movement

Hi Swapna. Just a quick note to tell you that Re-food inspired a similar venture in India - The Robin Hood Army. (http://robinhoodarmy.com/)

https://www.theguardian.com/global-development-professionals-network/2015/jun/02/the-robin-hood-army-fighting-food-waste-in-india-and-pakistan

http://www.news18.com/news/buzz/have-food-will-share-robin-hood-army-a-group-of-young-samaratians-spreads-happiness-this-winter-by-donating-warm-meals-blankets-to-the-homeless-732567.html

Hi Kate! I think this can help us understand a bit more the product's features: http://materia.nl/material/rotterdam-fruitleather/ :)

Hi Kate! I was just amazed with other stories at designindaba.com highlighting the food waste problem, like the Original Rotterdam Fruitleather, which turn 7000 kilos of rejected fruit and vegetables into a new material (fruitleather-rotterdam.com), or the Wonderful Waste Ball, by Tomorrow’s Meatball explorative project which explores this and other future food options (space10.io). There's an amazing range of creative solutions out there to inspire.