cCHALLENGE makes use of the most powerful solution to climate change that exists. People.

 
 

LOOK WHO'S TAKING THE CCHALLENGE

  WATCH ME!   Follow Lofoten folkehøgskole as they experiment with change in their search for local solutions.

WATCH ME!

Follow Lofoten folkehøgskole as they experiment with change in their search for local solutions.

  FLEKKE GLOCAL CHALLENGE   Students at UWC Red Cross Nordic explore local solutions to global challenges.

FLEKKE GLOCAL CHALLENGE

Students at UWC Red Cross Nordic explore local solutions to global challenges.

  cHVERDAGEN   16 everyday heroes took matters into their own hands and experimented with change for 30 days.

cHVERDAGEN

16 everyday heroes took matters into their own hands and experimented with change for 30 days.

  cMULIGHETER   A gang of 15 adventurers in Tromsø, Norway, explored new ways to travel.

cMULIGHETER

A gang of 15 adventurers in Tromsø, Norway, explored new ways to travel.

 

WHAT is cCHALLENGE?

RUNNING a CCHALLENGE

cCHALLENGE was created by Professor, Karen O'Brien, co-founder of cCHANGE, an Oslo-based social start-up igniting creativity, commitment and action for large-scale transformations to sustainability. Government organizations, businesses, schools, NGOs, events, and other groups are using cCHALLENGE to create new stories around climate change and sustainability, to open up the solutions space, and to engage their people in a fun and powerful way.  
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cCHALLENGE is an experiment with change. You commit to one sustainability-related change for 30 days and reflect on what it means for you, for others, and for the bigger picture. What makes change easy or hard? What kinds of conversations does it generate? Sharing insights and stories on a digital platform, you start to see patterns and possibilities. Discover how and why you make a difference ... and don’t be surprised if it’s not the way you think! 
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SHORT FILMS: cCHALLENGE ADVENTURES

 

TESTIMONIALS

 

cchallenge for youth & schools

cCHALLENGE gives students unforgettable insights into climate change and sustainability issues.

 

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