I 2020 blir det endringer i læreplanene. Denne workshopen utforsker hvilke muligheter dette gir for å fokusere på bærekraftig utvikling, demokrati og medborgerskap i den videregående skolen. Read More
Transformation in a changing climate
Climate change and other sustainability problems are considered by many to be the greatest challenges to humanity. How do we meet these challenges?
We believe people everywhere are ready for a change and ready to be part of the solution. Activating people’s potential for social change, enables them to become the most powerful solution to climate change and sustainability challenges there is.
cCHANGE offers knowledge, services and powerful experiential tools to help people understand the potential for transformation as a deliberate response to complex challenges. Our goal is to empower individuals and groups with the knowledge, skills and tools to generate ethical and sustainable transformations.
Our knowledge, insights, and tools are backed by over 30 years of cutting-edge, world-leading research.
Based on decades of research, cCHALLENGE is a powerful and fun experiment with change that builds a culture of engagement and change within groups and organisations.
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2 FEBRUARY 2018
LÆREPLANER 2020: Bærekraftig utvikling:
Hvordan undervise bærekraftig utvikling, demokrati og medborgerskap i den videregående skolen?
9:30 – 15:00, Sentralen, Oslo
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Join Oslo climate leader Heidi Sørensen and renowned climate change researchers Profs. Kevin Anderson and Karen O´Brien for a free breakfast seminar discussing the possibilities for radical emissions reductions in Oslo. Read More
Join cChange’s Karen O’Brien and other thought leaders around the world, for a webinar on Monday 2nd October exploring cutting-edge research into shifting paradigms and the potential for quantum social change.Read More
The Anthropocene, humans, us, leaving permanent traces on the planet. How can we understand the changing of our surroundings? This Art exhibition will show you the way. Read More