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The 100 People Project: An Introduction

An introduction to the concept behind the 100 People Project.
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The 100 People Project: A Video Lesson Plan

Learn how to get your school involved with the 100 People Project
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Solar Power in Space

Learn about the the solar panels used by the International Space Station and see what life was like while living on board.
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The 100 People Project: Niger

Meet some of our nominees for the 100 People Project, introduced to us by students from the American International School of Niamey, Niger.
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Global Issues: Health

Student scientist Matt McIntyre speaks with Gates Foundation Co-Chair Bill Gates about health care across the globe.
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Forest Preservation in Argentina

Learn how two Argentinian students used innovative thinking to help preserve their local forests.
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Global Issues: Economy

Student scientist Talia Greene speaks with Brian Arthur of the Santa Fe Institute about how critical our global economy is to our daily lives.
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North Carolina meets Hiroshima

Meet some of Hiroshima, Japan's participating students, teachers, and nominees for the 100 People Project.
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Making Organic Batteries in Malaysia

By studying the digestive process of cows, one student used sugarcane and local weeds to create a battery for use on his father's farm.
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Solar Energy: An Introduction

Learn about our 100 People Under the Sun Project and meet people from around the world who are changing lives with solar energy.
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A 100 People Art Exhibition

See how one high school art class used the 100 People Project as a way to host an art exhibition for their community.
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Solar Powered Cell Phones in Malawi

Learn how villagers in Malawi are building their own portable solar chargers for use in hospitals, factories, homes, and businesses.
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Global Issues: Energy

Student scientist Will Wright speaks with Mark Anderson and Stewart Brand about how we're going to meet our future energy needs.
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Why recycle when you can Upcycle?

"Upcycling" is a way of reusing waste materials in other products, and is generally considered better for the environment than recycling. Learn how one company has made "upcycling" their business.
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Solar ovens in Navajo Nation

Learn how one student created a homemade solar oven out of found materials from her community.
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Frontline Health Workers in India

Learn how India is preventing the spread of polio by training community healthcare workers like Rekah, a woman from a small village outside of Delhi.
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Students in India Meet their Neighbors

Meet students from the American Embassy School in New Delhi, India and learn who they've nominated for the 100 People Project.
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Solar powered cities in Spain

Learn how the town of Jumilla, Spain has become entirely solar powered.

Frontline Health Workers: Appalachia

Learn how in-home nurse visits can help patients who aren't able to travel to a clinic.
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100 People’s Nominees from Shekou, China

Meet some of our project nominees from the Shekou International School in China.
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Solar Powered Classrooms in the Philippines

Learn how solar energy is helping students on a volcanic island in the Philippines stay bright.

Global Issues: War

Student scientist Marian Bechtel talked with Inventor Dean Kamen about how human innovation can help prevent war and promote peaceful understanding.
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A Solar-Powered Race across the Outback

Learn how students in Australia built a solar powered "race car" and competed in the World Solar Challenge.
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Global Issues: Food

Student scientist Tiffanie Stone speaks with agricultural experts Raoul Adamchak and Prabhu Pingali about ending food shortages.
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The 100 People Project: Manila, Philippines

Hear how participating in the 100 People Project has opened the eyes and minds of students from the International School, Manila.
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Global Issues: Shelter

Student scientist Frances Atkins speaks with human settlement expert Saskia Sassen about how to provide adequate shelter for everyone on earth.
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SABIS Elementary’s 100 People Project

Meet some of our participating students, teachers, and nominees from New Orleans, Louisiana
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Global Issues: Transportation

Student scientist Erika DeBenedictis speaks with technology experts Amory Lovins and Bill Joy about the challenges facing our increasingly mobile society.
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Solar Powered Telemedicine in the Amazon

Learn how solar power helped to connect a remote Brazilian village with doctors that could diagnose and treat villagers over the internet.
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Global Issues: Education

Student scientist Lindsey Saunders speaks with Historian David Christian and education expert Bror Saxberg about education as a basic human right.
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A New Orleans Elementary School’s 100 People

Meet some of our participating students, teachers, and nominees from New Orleans, Louisiana
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The 100 People of Wake County, North Carolina

Meet some of our nominees from Wake County, North Carolina.
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Solar Sleuthing in San Francisco

Learn about a team of San Francisco students that hit the streets to find out where and how solar energy is being used in their community.
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Global Issues: Waste

Student scientist John Boykin speaks with environmental experts Albina Ruiz and Stewart Brand about ways we can better manage our waste stream.
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Solar communities in Colorado

Learn about Holiday- a Colorado community that is powered primarily by solar panels.
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Global Issues: Water

Student scientist Brandon Li talks with sustainability experts Jeff Fulgham and Jin Zidell about our global water crisis.
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Global Issues through the eyes of Student Scientists

A new generation of thinkers gets the chance to swap ideas with key innovators such as Dean Kamen, Bill Gates, Stewart Brand, and more!
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Where Does Our Energy Come From?

Learn how one student is tracking his family’s energy consumption and learning about photovoltaic cells at school.
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Where does innovative thinking come from?

Learn how students across the globe are creating innovative solutions to local challenges.