NC: 72,650
OC: 204,394

New Citizens create a better planet.

With new ideas, better implementation, the courage to lead and the power to collaborate.

As new and old ideas intersect, what people and organizations will rise to the challenge? Who will obstruct, mislead and make the challenge more difficult?

Who are you? What will you do?

To begin, rank the people and organizations impacting the world for better or worse.

The highest ranked New and Old Citizens, both individuals and organizations, will be asked to participate in a new collaboration game.

You will be invited to join them, lead them
or simply show them how it’s done.

Together, you will create the new sport of change.

Step 1
Highlight an image

Step 2
Determine status

Step 3
Vote

Then...as the scoreboard starts to change,

Submit images of organizations and individuals that we have yet to discover on the New Citizens Facebook page. Submit your friends or yourself if you’ve got what it takes to get ranked!

week ending Sunday 08/24
top newcitizen4,133
top oldcitizen32,000
most ranking pts40

Top 5 People: Greatest Positive Impact
avg vote: 6,000
ranking pts: 9
total score: 6,009
avg vote: 4,133
ranking pts: 14
total score: 4,147
avg vote: 3,333
ranking pts: 7
total score: 3,340
avg vote: 3,333
ranking pts: 8
total score: 3,341
avg vote: 3,133
ranking pts: 7
total score: 3,140
most passed on3

Top 5 People: Greatest Negative Impact
avg vote: 2,000
ranking pts: 13
total score: 2,013
avg vote: 2,000
ranking pts: 40
total score: 2,040
avg vote: 1,800
ranking pts: 10
total score: 1,810
avg vote: 1,600
ranking pts: 6
total score: 1,606
avg vote: 889
ranking pts: 21
total score: 910
most ranking pts23

Top 5 Organizations: Greatest Positive Impact
avg vote: 9,333
ranking pts: 7
total score: 9,340
avg vote: 7,200
ranking pts: 7
total score: 7,207
avg vote: 5,067
ranking pts: 23
total score: 5,090
avg vote: 5,067
ranking pts: 6
total score: 5,073
avg vote: 4,800
ranking pts: 5
total score: 4,805
most passed on4

Top 5 Organizations: Greatest Negative Impact
avg vote: 12,533
ranking pts: 9
total score: 12,542
avg vote: 6,667
ranking pts: 11
total score: 6,678
avg vote: 5,867
ranking pts: 6
total score: 5,873
avg vote: 5,467
ranking pts: 10
total score: 5,477
avg vote: 4,267
ranking pts: 13
total score: 4,280
most ranking pts29

Top 5 Products: Greatest Positive Impact
avg vote: 19,333
ranking pts: 17
total score: 19,350
avg vote: 16,667
ranking pts: 23
total score: 16,690
avg vote: 16,000
ranking pts: 20
total score: 16,020
avg vote: 13,000
ranking pts: 18
total score: 13,018
avg vote: 12,667
ranking pts: 9
total score: 12,676
most passed on5

Top 5 Products: Greatest Negative Impact
avg vote: 24,667
ranking pts: 16
total score: 24,683
avg vote: 23,333
ranking pts: 9
total score: 23,342
avg vote: 22,000
ranking pts: 15
total score: 22,015
avg vote: 22,000
ranking pts: 15
total score: 22,015
avg vote: 20,000
ranking pts: 13
total score: 20,013
most ranking pts26

Top 5 Events: Greatest Positive Impact
avg vote: 60,000
ranking pts: 2
total score: 60,002
avg vote: 44,000
ranking pts: 1
total score: 44,001
avg vote: 27,333
ranking pts: 14
total score: 27,347
avg vote: 24,000
ranking pts: 1
total score: 24,001
avg vote: 21,333
ranking pts: 14
total score: 21,347
most passed on6

Top 5 Events: Greatest Negative Impact
avg vote: 64,000
ranking pts: 1
total score: 64,001
avg vote: 58,667
ranking pts: 1
total score: 58,668
avg vote: 41,333
ranking pts: 1
total score: 41,334
avg vote: 29,333
ranking pts: 18
total score: 29,351
avg vote: 22,000
ranking pts: 19
total score: 22,019
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Morsi Coup D’etat
On the first anniversary of the inauguration of President Mohammed Morsi, June 30, 2013, the Egyptian Army removed Morsi from power and suspended the Egyptian constitution as the result of a peoples revolution. Photo: informedcommoner.blogspot.com Date Added: 10/3/13
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Yekaterina Samutsevich
Yekaterina Samutsevich is a member of the anti-Putin Russian punk band Pussy Riot. Initially sentenced for two years in a penal colony for performing a “punk prayer” in Russia’s main cathedral, she was released early in 2012. Photo: 99getsmart.com Date Added: 10/1/13
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American Civil Liberties Union
The American Civil Liberties Union is a non-profit founded in 1920 whose mission is to defend and preserve individual liberties and rights guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. It’s initial focus was on freedom of speech issues surrounding protestors of WW1, and has expanded to include protecting the civil liberties of gays, students, prisoners, the poor and the enforcement of the separation of church and state. Photo: lifenews.com Date Added: 10/2/13
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Ken Wilber
Ken Wilber is an American author and philosopher who founded the Integral Institute based in Boulder. Ken currently lives in Denver. Photo: newparadigmdigest.com Date Added: 10/1/13
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Solar Panels
Solar Panels are photovoltaic modules connected electronically and mounted on a super-structure designed to capture solar energy and convert it to electricity. Photo: solarpanelsguides.com DateAdded: 10/2/13
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Al Jazeera America
Al Jazeera bought the former Current TV cable channel in 2012 to create Al Jazeera America, based in New York City. The network will provide its perspective on domestic and international news stories. Photo: aljazeera.com Date Added: 10/2/13
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The 2013 Ghouta Attacks
On August 21, 2013 rockets containing sarin gas struck areas around Damascus, Syria killing as many as 1,729 people. As part of the ongoing Syrian Civil War, the attack has been widely condemned and may be the biggest chemical weapons attack since the Iran-Iraq war. Photo: rt.com Date Added: 10/3/13
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Thomas Pogge
Professor of Political Science, Columbia University. Professor Pogge stressed the fact that international financial investors not only enable but seduce political figures into corrupt activities. Photo: phillwebb.net Date Added: 10/1/13
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Security Handover In Afghanistan
On June 18, 2013, Afghan Security Forces took control of all of Afghanistan’s 34 districts. United States Forces are slated to withdraw by the end of 2014. Photo: news.xinhaunet.com Date Added: 10/3/13
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North Korean Nuclear Test
On February 12, 2013 a spokesperson for the North Korean Army stated that a nuclear test had taken place. South Korea called an emergency meeting of the United Nations and raised its military alert status. Photo: unmultimedia.org Date Added 10/3/13
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Boston Marathon Bombing
On April 15th, 2013 two bombs exploded near the Boston Marathon finish line, killing three people and wounding over 260 others. Although the perpetrators were motivated by Islamic extremism, they were not affiliated with any terrorist organization. Photo: theguardian.com Date Added: 10/3/13
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One Laptop Per Child
The OLPC XO-1 is an inexpensive (originally designed to cost $100) laptop computer distributed to children in developing countries, manufactured by Quanta Computers. Photo: laughingsquid.com Date Added: 10/2/13
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