2013 Fuller Challenge Finalist and outstanding citizen science "enablers" Public Lab are launching a Kickstarter campaign for another stellar resource: their do-it-yourself Homebrew Oil Testing Kit.
BFI Catalyst Program participant 596 Acres and their Living Lots project is hosting a Brooklyn fundraiser on October 2.
2011 Fuller Challenge Semi-Finalist Sheila Kennedy, principal of KVA Matx, a design firm known for material innovation in architecture and urbanism, has been awarded the prestigious Berkeley-Rupp Prize for boosting women in architecture and sustainability.
2011 Fuller Challenge Semi-Finalist Sanergy is in the news again for their whole systems approach to solving the sanitation crisis in Kenya.
2014 Catalyst Program partner Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky has been named a National Geographic Emerging Explorer and will be at their Washington D.C. museum on October 10th.
The Buckminster Fuller Institute is pleased to announce the Finalists for the 2014 Fuller Challenge. Now in its 7th cycle, The Fuller Challenge invites designers, architects, activists, entrepreneurs, artists, planners and scientists, from all over the world to submit their game-changing solutions to solve humanity’s most pressing problems. A $100,000 prize is awarded to support the development and implementation of one outstanding strategy.
Design for America trains and connects student-led teams as they learn and lead an innovation process that emphasizes empathy, experimentation, and interdisciplinary teamwork.
2014 Fuller Challenge Semi-Finalist and social enterprise Fuego del Sol Haiti is featured on Worldview Global Activism Radio this week. Check out the podcast here!
We are thrilled to announce the 2014 Fuller Challenge Semi-Finalists. These projects deserve the attention of the world for their commitment to “solving for system” – an approach that takes an unusual degree of insight, patience, tenacity and courage. Check them out here!
This video shares the real-life experience of three ranchers across North America who have been applying the principles of Holistic Management, developed and championed by 2010 Buckminster Fuller Challenge Winner Allan Savory and Project Hope.