Disobedience Rewarded, 9 Global Good Ideas, 5 Hours Per Week for Learning, and more…

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“You don’t change the world by doing what you’re told”, says the director of the MIT Media Lab announcing the world’s first-ever Disobedience Award.

MIT presents: The first-ever Disobedience Award.

9 big ideas to change the world for the better in 2017 and beyond.

Preventing food loss in Africa with these low-tech cooling units.

Solutionary Rail: Turning America’s railroads into a global warming solution.

Deliberate learning and experimenting: Why and how leaders use the 5-hour rule.

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Originally published at medium.com

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