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Putting Climate Solutions into Action

Drawdown Ecochallenge is a fun and social way to take measurable action on the top solutions to global warming.
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Connect the dots between your values and the impact of your actions with Drawdown Ecochallenge!

Drawdown Ecochallenge is offered in partnership by Ecochallenge.org and Project Drawdown. Together, we're taking action on the 100 most substantive solutions to global warming. Stretch your limits, earn points, and see your positive impact grow. Take the challenge, and see how a few weeks of action add up to a lifetime of change for you and the planet.

Ecochallenge.org's social change platform + curriculum connect a global community of advocates and changemakers, each doing what we can, in ways that are most relevant to us, to make this great spinning dot we call home a healthier, more equitable, more sustainable place.

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  • June 3 at 8:35 PM
    This past week, I painted tote bags with my club, and it was such a fun experience! I constantly forget to bring bags when I grocery shop (although I don't do a lot of grocery shopping currently because I live in the dorms), so I end up opting in for the plastic bags. When I purchase a lot of items at the UCLA Store, I usually end up getting a...
  • June 3 at 6:20 PM
    Repurpose is one of the R's that I don't practice very often, but I think it is a strategy that everyone could implement in order to reduce waste. One way to do this is to donate clothes that are in good condition to charities. I go through every piece of clothing in my closet every summer, and this time around I'm going to make sure that my...
  • June 3 at 4:44 PM
    Yesterday, my friend and I decided to take a little trip to the Santa Monica Pier. Instead of taking an Uber there like we once did, we chose to take the bus this time. This was a much better alternative considering that public transportation not only helps reduce emissions, but is also much cheaper. In total, we spent $2.20 for our trip, which...