Billions in Change


There are over seven billion of us living on earth, and whether you would like to admit or not, we are facing some major problems. A lot of experts are talking about ways to solve these problems, but talk is cheap. Without action talking won’t do much to reduce pollution, feed the planet, or heal the sick. That takes doing. In this film, we meet a group of people who are taking things into their own hands, they’re creating and implementing simple inventions to solve some of these problems.

Led by self-made billionaire Manoj Bhargava, this group of doers hopes to raise billions of people out of poverty and improve the lives of everyone – rich and poor.

Manoj Bhargava is the man behind the popular 5-Hour Energy Shot. His simple idea for a drink soon became one of the biggest consumer products in the world, and it didn’t take long before he cracked the Forbes billionaire list. Not sure what to do with so much money, he’s decided to use 99 percent of his wealth to create innovative products that will impact humanity.

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  1. First of all, these inventions are astoundingly great and I salute Mr. Bhargava for such a great heart to share these accomplishments. God has given you the wisdom and resources to use it not for your own, but for the benefit of mankind. May God continue to give you the blessings and strength to continue and I pray He reserve you a place in heaven.
    You have actually revolutionized almost the basic essential need of every household, not only for the humankind but for the environment as well, yes we definitely need these inventions to make the the world a better place. But to access such solutions is still difficult as high-class, wealthy people can get hold of these and can reap financial profit out of the low-class, average-to-poor people who really needs these stuffs.
    So what is the best option to be able to put these inventions to really work in the outside world? If no government will finance these for their own people, who then? Can only billionaires afford this?

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