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This is based on a model that was already created by the organization, "Terracycle"  
http://www.terracycle.com/en-US/
The idea is that participants can go to a store (such as Home Depot, Best Buy, etc.) where an organized recycling system is prese

This is based on a model that was already created by the organization, "Terracycle" http://www.terracycle.com/en-US/ The idea is that participants can go to a store (such as Home Depot, Best Buy, etc.) where an organized recycling system is prese

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Safety in Women's Work Environments:

This idea targets women who work in unfair/unsafe labor conditions. While I believe that street safety is just as important, in this post I will focus specifically on safety within the workplace. 

In order t

Safety in Women's Work Environments: This idea targets women who work in unfair/unsafe labor conditions. While I believe that street safety is just as important, in this post I will focus specifically on safety within the workplace. In order t

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I think there are many ways in which we can inspire more households to introduce a basic recycling system/reduce the amount of waste produced in general.

The website, stopwaste.org has some very usefully information that can help others understand

I think there are many ways in which we can inspire more households to introduce a basic recycling system/reduce the amount of waste produced in general. The website, stopwaste.org has some very usefully information that can help others understand

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Nicole commented on Building a LEGO world : We are all little Architects

This is an interesting concept. It definitely would be a good visual/promotional scheme to raise awareness about recycling. I can picture structures displayed in public parks and areas with high traffic. It could be a sort of movement to encourage recycling.

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Nicole commented on Let's build it!

I like the approach you took on this idea. The more technology develops, the less children are prone to be imaginative and it is a shame that creativity is not being exercised in kids like it used to be. This idea is great because it fosters creativity while promoting good recycling habits at a young age, so thanks for your input!

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Nicole commented on Prototyping for Creative Confidence

Very interesting prototyping! I would be curious to see if there is been any types of performance measurements conducted to see what type of impact these initiatives are having.