blog home

G Project: None of us is as smart as all of us

None of us is as smart as all of us — which is why we created the G Project — and we're thrilled that you’re helping to support ideas that will help to reshape our world for the better. Here are a few ideas from the Knowledge category that have caught our eye.

by Caitlin Hotchkiss Posted on 16 May 2013

Quick – think about how many new things you learn in a day. Consider how much knowledge you’ve already got stored up in your brain. Ponder how many years it’s taken you to attain all this information, whether through formal schooling or family wisdom or street smarts. Pretty intense, right?

Knowledge comes from knowing here we've gone wrong and working to make it right again

Knowledge comes from knowing here we've gone wrong and working to make it right again

久久中文字幕免费高清,三级在线看中文字幕完整版,中文字幕偷乱视频在线

Now think about how awesome the world would be if everyone harnessed his or her brainpower to benefit the planet. We’ve got a nice little video for you to highlight the ways that knowledge can help change the world – check it out:

None of us is as smart as all of us — which is why we created the G Project —?and we're thrilled that you’re helping to support ideas that will help to reshape our world for the better. Here are a few ideas from the Knowledge category that have caught our eye:

Actors 4 Action: The Power of Story in Making Sustainable Change by Kim Kennett

The Power of Story in Making Sustainable Change

The Power of Story in Making Sustainable Change

This unique idea focuses on educating African countries of the myths of child “witchcraft,” thus seeking to prevent the torture and death of children falsely accused of sorcery. By creating a troupe of orphaned youths who can share their experiences being accused, this idea will bring firsthand knowledge to sub-Saharan communities.

A Little Blue Travel Booklet That Might Just Change The World by Tracey Friley

A Little Blue Travel Booklet That Might Just Change The World

A Little Blue Travel Booklet That Might Just Change The World

In this global awareness initiative, a “passport party” would grant free passports to 100 American girls who would not be able to afford one themselves. This would open up world travel to help underserved young girls across the nation, and grant their travel wishes in the process.?Check out Tracey's idea here.

The White Hat Project by Abi Paul

The White Hat Project

The White Hat Project

This proposed crowd-sourced venture looks to provide free business acumen to potential entrepreneurs who may not be able to afford it otherwise. Aside from helping foster new businesses, this exchange of advice and consultation would create community as well.

Get out and vote!

Thanks to changemakers like you, the G Project is on track for over 4,000 voters registered and over 12,000 votes cast! More than 250 innovative ideas have been submitted so far from over 90 countries, and more are coming in every day.

Click over to the G Project now and show your support with a vote. But don’t let the good ideas stop there – you have until June 3, 2013 to submit a pitch of your own. Let the brainstorms of knowledge continue!

Getting There

G Adventures runs a number of departures encompassing a wide range of departure dates and activities to cater to different tastes. We’re thrilled at the prospect of showing you this big blue planet of ours — check out our small group trips here.