Ideas from Europe 2018
Click on the pictures to read about the global impact these ideas have.
Quality health care during pregnancy and childbirth can prevent women dying during pregnancy and childbirth.
Across Europe, in the last years there was an estimate of food waste of 88 million tonnes. Reselling surplus food helps reduce wastage.
By improving social care and structures available to assist Alzheimer’s patients, they can receive optimum care.
A growing number of pollinator species worldwide are being driven toward extinction. Monitoring hives helps reduces of bees dying.
Health-care needs of people with autism are complex and require a range of integrated services, including education and social attainments.
Making cities sustainable by reducing CO2-emissions and keeping citizen connected and charged up.
Reducing speed using the energy of moving cars too reduce road accidents and creating power.
Anxiety and bullying are the main threats to student well-being. Stimulating positive behaviour helps with their well-being
Giving children the opportunity to report Bullying, discrimination and harassment in schools to help protect them.
Teaching refugees valuable skills to help them get jobs and be part of their new society.
Urban mobility accounts for 40 % of all CO2 emissions of road transport and up to 70 % of other pollutants from transport.
Eco-friendly, energy efficient treatment of ballast water helps protect the oceans and everything that lives in it.
Shipping is responsible for 2.5% of global CO2-emissions, emitting 1000 million tonnes of CO2 annually. New regulations must reduce this.
Billions of human beings need protein to exist. But the way we produce it today is destroying our planet.
Clean energy is crucial, from its role in the eradication of poverty through and combating climate change
To be engaged and to be creative, people need unusual triggers to create breakthroughs.
Common cold is the most widespread viral infection among humans. The main cause of common cold is rhinovirus.
There are several challenges that cosmetic and well-being industry has to face to sustain massive consumer demand.
Wasting food is not only an ethical and economic issue but it also depletes the environment of limited natural resources.
Teaching children early on how to make the best use of computers, technology and science is the best way to equip them.
Every student of medicine in the world has to pass an anatomy exam, which is considered one of the toughest.
Urban planning methods are completely obsolete, practically the same as they were 100 years ago.
The question of how to enhance mobility while reducing congestion, accidents and pollution is a common challenge for major cities.
Improving the social care and structures to assist the elderly, their families, and health service providers.