Inspiring Ideas for Solving L.A.'s Biggest Challenges

With 279 submissions received, the pubic voting period has begun for determining who will receive the $1,000,000 in grants being awarded to improve the quality of life in Los Angeles along eight key indicators.
April 2, 2013, 2pm PDT | Jonathan Nettler | @nettsj
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Following up on their comprehensive look at the challenges facing Los Angeles along eight key indicators (education, income and employment, health, public safety, housing, environmental quality, arts and cultural vitality, and social connectedness), the Goldhirsh Foundation has organized an ideas competition to gather "the most innovative and creative ways to tackle Los Angeles’ biggest problems."

The two-week pubic voting period for the challenge - called My LA2050 - began today, with 279 entries vying for one of ten $100,000 grants "to make your idea a reality in 2013."

Some of the notable entries include:

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Published on Tuesday, April 2, 2013 in Good
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