'; Team cChallenge | CCC2019 cCHALLENGE
cCHANGE is a research-based company working with transformations to sustainability. We burn for a more equitable and sustainable future and the showing people the roll we all can play in making this happen.
My challenge
To engage and motivate the participants in CCC2019 cCHALLENGE

Day 30: The Challenge of Change

Congratulations on Day 30! I’m currently at a “Leverage Points for Systems Change” conference in Germany and will be presenting a keynote on Friday  about “Quantum social change: You matter more than you think.” The talk will focus on the relationship between individual and collective change, and how we are all “quantum fractals” of change. Susi’s last post really resonated with me, especially her point that “we are just trying our best and doing what we can.” The idea that we are social beings and parts of larger groups, systems, and structures is so important, and a key to change. 

I have been really inspired by the interest and honesty in the posts describing your experiments and experiences with change.  I’ve been sharing your stories — and the research and information you have posted. Conscious change is both an individual and a collective process — the conversations that we have about change are as important as the changes themselves. Thanks to Marilyn for initiating this experiment and holding it so well!!

 

Take a tour of the platform

Watch this video for a quick tour of this digital platform.

Welcome to CCC2019 cCHALLENGE!

 

Many ask themselves: What can I do for the climate? Well, there’s so much: You can throw away less food, travel on public transport or fly less. After a while we become pretty good at finding small changes we can make in our own lives. But what if we want to make a big difference with our actions? How do we do it and how do we become an even bigger part of climate solutions?

 

Individuals matter a lot, although we don’t always realise it. The biggest potential for change happens when people feel connected to other people and their when their ideas and actions have an impact on others.

 

Throughout history there are many examples where individuals have lit the spark of change. Each of us has this potential!

 

Good luck!