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Making Social Innovation Pop
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"To Find Fields to Farm in New York City, Just Look Up" - "Social Innovation Rockstar" ( #SIR ) Ben Flanner of +Brooklyn Grange featured in +The New York Times

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Today's http://SIR.tv #SIR  Richard Seshie featured on +Echoing Green: transforming the supply chain feeding cities in #Ghana

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TED Fellow (and today's http://SIR.tv "Social Innovation Rockstar") +Juliana Rotich talks about how and why she built a system to enable citizens to contribute information from mobile phones and PCs after post-election violence hit #Kenya  in 2008  #SIR

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Check out today's http://SIR.tv "Social Innovation Rockstar" ( #SIR ) Jeremy Heimans on  +TEDx Teen: "Aim Higher Than President"

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After co-founding +Recyclebank in 2004 and moving on to currently serve as #NYC 's first Deputy Commissioner for Recycling, "Social Innovation Rockstar" Ron Gonen says he has big plans for what can happen next #SIR

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Can gaming allow children to learn through play? "Social Innovation Rockstar" Katie Salen of Institute of Play says yes.

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Today's Social Innovation Rockstar  - Andrew Rasiej of +Personal Democracy Media  - signed the Declaration of Internet Freedom. What do you think: would you sign? #SIR

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Today on http://SIR.tv - meet the man behind Liberty & Justice, the fair trade-certified apparel producer in Africa: "Social Innovation Rockstar" Chid Liberty

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Today on http://SIR.tv: Social Innovation Rockstar Harvey Lacey takes on waste management, employment, and home building, by turning garbage into earthquake-proof building materials called Ubuntu-Blox

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Today on http://SIR.tv - Social Innovation Rockstar ( #SIR ) Ruth DeGolia creates Mercado Global, finds out what happens when you build a company that partners with both Mayan artisans and American businesses.
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