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

 
 

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WHAT is cCHALLENGE?

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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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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LOOK WHO'S TAKING THE CCHALLENGE RIGHT NOW!

  c  MULIGHETER   Follow this gang in Tromsø, Norway, for the next 30 days as they explore new ways to travel.

cMULIGHETER

Follow this gang in Tromsø, Norway, for the next 30 days as they explore new ways to travel.

  NATURBRUK cCHALLENGE   For the second time, students at Stabekk videregående skole, Norway, take the cCHALLENGE for 21 days.

NATURBRUK cCHALLENGE

For the second time, students at Stabekk videregående skole, Norway, take the cCHALLENGE for 21 days.

 
 
 
 

RECENT CCHALLENGES

  SUNDSKIFTET   Students and teachers at Sund folkehøgskole, Norway, took the 30-day sustainability experiment in April 2018.

SUNDSKIFTET

Students and teachers at Sund folkehøgskole, Norway, took the 30-day sustainability experiment in April 2018.

 c HVERDAGEN   16 people from Fredrikstad and Sarpsborg, Norway, took the experiment with a car-free life for 30-days in April 2018.

cHVERDAGEN

16 people from Fredrikstad and Sarpsborg, Norway, took the experiment with a car-free life for 30-days in April 2018.

  cNYEASKER   30 people from Asker, Hurum and Røyken, Norway, took the 30-day experiment with sustainability in April 2018.

cNYEASKER

30 people from Asker, Hurum and Røyken, Norway, took the 30-day experiment with sustainability in April 2018.

  UNGT KLIMA   cCHALLENGE   31 students in Hurdal, Norway, led the way in finding climate solutions in April 2018.

UNGT KLIMA cCHALLENGE

31 students in Hurdal, Norway, led the way in finding climate solutions in April 2018.

  Fourth cCHALLENGE   PILOT   What a crew! And we are not only referring to the well-known politician or the TV-celebrity and model. 

Fourth cCHALLENGE PILOT

What a crew! And we are not only referring to the well-known politician or the TV-celebrity and model. 

  Third cCHALLENGE   PILOT   The cCHALLENGE is gaining attention. The third round was offered to an engaged group committed to a personal change project for 30-days.                                     

Third cCHALLENGE PILOT

The cCHALLENGE is gaining attention. The third round was offered to an engaged group committed to a personal change project for 30-days.                                     

  Second cCHALLENGE   PILOT   The second group of cCHALLENGE participants reached every corner of Norway with their reflections and inspired others to also experiment with change.

Second cCHALLENGE PILOT

The second group of cCHALLENGE participants reached every corner of Norway with their reflections and inspired others to also experiment with change.

  First cCHALLENGE   PILOT   This was the first public round of cCHALLENGE. Thanks to financial support from the Environmental Agency and technical help from Telenor.

First cCHALLENGE PILOT

This was the first public round of cCHALLENGE. Thanks to financial support from the Environmental Agency and technical help from Telenor.

 

TESTIMONIALS

 

cchallenge for youth & schools

Teachers and youth leaders use cCHALLENGE to give students and young people unforgettable insights into climate change and sustainability issues. Take a look at what students and teachers are saying below: