Idea Phase (15 January-3 April 2018)

Submitted by (@ing.amb.isaac91) and 1 other

RENOVA APP. Management of urban waste

What is the RENOVA app? It is a new, intelligent and disruptive application. Many entrepreneurs look for a way to give a new use to different types of waste or many times the ordinary citizen does not know where to leave their plastic, cardboard or any waste that can be recycled. What brought me to transform the plastic into an application? I was an entrepreneur who really wanted to transform PET, and later I ...more »

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Idea Phase (15 January-3 April 2018)

Submitted by (@jimena1) and 1 other

Agroculture

Traditional agriculture in Mexico and the world has been the basis of social development, constituting the basis of the food security of countless rural communities. In 2002, FAO launched the initiative of the Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS), a global program for the conservation and sustainable management of original agricultural systems, whose purpose is to strengthen linkages between agricultural ...more »

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Idea Phase (15 January-3 April 2018)

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Recycling project for people who recycle from home

More and more people have acquired habits to reduce the environmental impact of our daily activities. An example is the onsite classification of the waste that we generate every day in the home. Unfortunately, collection services tend to mix "non-recyclable" waste with "recyclable" waste because a part of the population does not separate them or does so incorrectly. On the other hand, when the collection service providers, ...more »

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Recycling project for people who recycle from home

More and more people have acquired habits to reduce the environmental impact of our daily activities. An example is the onsite classification of the waste that we generate every day in the home. Unfortunately, collection services tend to mix "non-recyclable" waste with "recyclable" waste because a part of the population does not separate them or does so incorrectly. On the other hand, when the collection service providers, ...more »

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