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United Nations Strategic Goals  

DominoOne allows any organization to harness its members to solve problems faster and help fund those solutions. Any individual can contribute across different groups and issues and the platform rewards them with a humanity score representing their contribution to making this world a better...

Total Members: 1664
Vote Totals: 11618

Singularity Jobs  

“Everybody would go, ‘Oh, my God, we’re going to be out of work,”’ Ray Kurzweil, singularity expert, told Fortune’s Michal Lev-Ram. “I would say, ‘Well, don’t worry, for every job we eliminate, we’re going to create more jobs at the top of the skill ladder.'” Kurzweil added that when people ask what these new jobs would be, he’d say, “Well, I don’t know. We haven’t invented them...

Total Members: 455
Vote Totals: 6317

Child Mortality  

The definition of child mortality is “The death of children and infants under the age of five years old.” These children do not have to die. The vicious cycle of high child and infant mortality on the one hand, and of high fertility on the other, continues to pervade a large number of developing countries. These countries suffer from a lack of services and adequate living conditions, nutrition and health care that contribute to the increased child mortality rates around the...

Total Members: 442
Vote Totals: 5808


Eliminate Sex Trafficking  

“What would happen to me if I did try to leave and who would believe me if I told them what was going on?” – a Street Outreach Coordinator for Polaris Project and survivor of sex trafficking

Sex trafficking – whether within a country or across national borders – violates basic human rights, including the rights to bodily integrity, equality, dignity, health, security, and freedom from violence and torture.

Survivors of sex trafficking tell...

Total Members: 660
Vote Totals: 8888

Protect Coral Reefs  

Coral Reefs are gatherings of organisms consisting of colonies of polyps that primarily reside in the tropical region. They are beautiful, filled with colorful fish, intricate formations and a diverse range of sea creatures. But what makes coral reefs so important?

Reefs support diverse ecosystems that provide shelter to a fourth of all identified marine species and act as natural barriers, which protect the coastline from the ocean’s pounding waves. Corals and sponges are...

Total Members: 653
Vote Totals: 9201

Saving Earth’s Large Mammals  

Our planet is in the midst of a sixth major extinction, and the danger is real. Many large animal species are facing a high risk of extinction. This is usually thought to result from species traits that make them vulnerable, such as low reproductive rates. But, it wasn't until human impacts became a factor that large body sizes made mammals more vulnerable to extinction.

From a life-history standpoint, it makes some sense. If you kill a rabbit, you're going to feed your...

Total Members: 805
Vote Totals: 10322


Protecting Our Sharks  

Saving Sharks

As one of the top ocean predators, sharks play an essential role in the food chain and help ensure balance in the ocean’s ecosystem. Increasing demand for their fins, pollution in our oceans and decreased breading has raised concerns regarding the status of sharks as a species. A world without sharks would have severe consequences for marine and freshwater ecosystems. They play a vital role in keeping our oceans healthy. By preying on the sick...

Total Members: 623
Vote Totals: 4851

Protecting Rainforests  

Rainforests are powerhouse ecosystems that support a healthy Earth. Characterized by high levels of rainfall, an enclosed canopy, and high species diversity, rainforests enable life to thrive. They produce clean air and water, absorb our carbon dioxide, stabilize climate patterns, and contain half of all plant and animal species . Most importantly, rainforests are a crucial defense against climate change. You cannot chop or burn them down without running large climatic risks.


Total Members: 901
Vote Totals: 11242

Hunger in Undeveloped Nations  

“Hunger is not a problem. It is an obscenity. How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” Anne Frank

Everyone should have access to food.

Even with modern technology and a greater awareness in developed countries, men, women, and children still die as a result of hunger every day. Societal awareness is not enough, though people may post online or tell friends of the problems faced in parts of the...

Total Members: 330
Vote Totals: 4514


Hunger in Developed Nations  

The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation defines food security as: ”a condition where all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food that meets their dietary preferences for an active and healthy life.”

Despite expectations that living in advanced capitalist societies would ensure food security, this is not universally true. Tough economic times can and do happen everywhere in the world. Even in wealthy, developed...

Total Members: 299
Vote Totals: 4342

Reducing Plastic Use  

“We really need to get to the root of the problem, and it really does circle back to our relationship to convenience, and our sense that things are disposable, which they aren't.” – Adrien Grenier, Lonely Whale

In 1950, the world’s population of 2.5 billion produced 1.5 million tons of plastic; in 2016, a global population of more than 7 billion people produced over 320 million tons of plastic. This is set to double by 2034.

Every day...

Total Members: 722
Vote Totals: 8605

Higher Education Access  

Universal Access to Higher Education

College should be affordable.

Over the past decades, higher education in America and Europe has moved from an elite privilege to a mass phenomenon. But access to higher education still largely remains something for the upper and middle-income classes of...

Total Members: 284
Vote Totals: 4154


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