CEMUS, the student-led transdisciplinary centre at University of Uppsala, is incorporating the three spheres of transformation in their course design and setting an example for the future of higher education. Read More
Transformation in a changing climate
Climate change is considered by many to be the greatest challenge to humanity. How do we meet this challenge?
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 our shared problems, including climate change.
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 25 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. Participants commit to one change for 30 days and reflect on what it means for them, for others, and the bigger picture.
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cCHANGE works for conscious change, creative change and collaborative change to involve everyone in transformations to sustainability:
The Norwegian paper Klassekampen recently did an interview featuring Karen O’Brien. Karen is reflecting on how she ended up as a climate scientist and in Norway, and her passion for transformation toward sustainability. With permission from Klassekampen read the full interview. Read More
A new book has caught our attention. In it author Professor Harold Wilhite explains how our unsustainable behaviours emerged from the values of capitalism, and why those behaviours remain just so difficult to change. Simen Pettersen in cCHANGE interviewed Professor Wilhite on the matter.Read More
Is climate change a cultural challenge, one that requires imaginative and creative responses capable of transforming the current environmental paradigm? The COAL Prize seeks to answer that question.Read More