John B. Goodenough and M. Stanley Whittingham

Awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2019, with Akira Yoshino “for the development of lithium-ion batteries

Over forty years ago, when we discovered our particular solution: to improve and commercialise the lithium-ion battery, we could never have predicted the universal role it would play in the development of computing and transportation.

We are therefore proud that a great many of these, including AI, the “internet of things” and next generation wireless networks, involve power from the lithium ion battery.

We hope that our solution will let all of us work together to build a cleaner environment, make our planet more sustainable, and help mitigate global warming, thereby leaving a cleaner legacy to our children and grandchildren.

We welcome this website for its practical presentation of a very wide array of solutions which are being used or could be developed to do just that.

M. Stanley Whittingham
Binghamton University, State University of New York, USA

John B. Goodenough
The University of Texas at Austin, USA

Professor Sir Ghillean Prance FRS, VMH.

Director of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew,  1988 – 1999. Trustee,  Amazon Charitable Trust

It is fascinating to see what is neat each day. But I also long to see all 366 solutions. This is a brilliant idea and my hope is that many people will read it and take action from it.

Rose Dalba

Senior Donor Engagement and Stewardship Professional, St. Louis, MO, USA
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Photo: A. Dougherty Photography & Design

There are many concrete ways that people around the globe are working to make our planet healthier and to mitigate the consequences of climate change. Visiting this very cool website, you learn about some of the most ingenious solutions being utilized, or inventive projects in development, to save the environment. In fact one solution every day for 366 days!

Professor Gunter Pauli

Gunter Pauli is a Belgium entrepreneur, economist, author and pedagogue. His main work, The Blue Economy raises awareness about environmental issues with an innovative perspective. He has been called “The Steve Jobs of sustainability” Most of Gunter’s projects are open source initiatives. He refuses to patent his creations.

Gunter Pauli

Encouragement to everyone who not only talk but who secures the implementation of solutions. Thank you for going fast – and going deep since there is nothing else but perseverance and speed that will make a difference.

Erik Keldmann
Troels Keldman, Ph.D., M.Sc. & MBA

Erik Keldmann is Innovation Executive, Keldmann Innovation A/S;  Founder,Learn From Innovators and Co-Founder, High Performance Institute

Troels Keldmann is Innovation & Commercialization Advisor and Interim

keldman father and son366solutions is an inspiring proof: We all have available solutions at hand to clean up, repair and protect. The unique collection also motivates us innovators; not only to create solutions but also be innovative on commercialization and diffusion.

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