Frugal Innovations & Social Sustainability: Constraints Are Not A Limitation
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When you think of innovation, what comes to your mind? Is it self-driving cars, drone delivery services, or microchip implants? While these are interesting innovations that require high-end technology and expensive research and development, what about innovations that are low-tech, cheap, and yet impact our everyday lives more effectively? Especially for people in Asia, Africa, and Latin America who don’t have access to an abundance of resources or technology. Such kind of innovation, also called frugal innovation, utilizes fewer resources to deliver simple and affordable products which are economically, environmentally, and socially sustainable. As a result, even developed countries in the West are opening up to the idea. Dive into this module to learn more about the world of frugal innovations. 

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