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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 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.'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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  • March 19 at 8:33 PM
    I have been experimenting with reducing food waste by planting in small pots, the root ends of onions, celery, shallots and garlic that I would otherwise chuck into the compost. The alliums (onion family) have rooted better than the celery,which did not root, it just got mushy. Tonight I tried celery again, dusting it with cinnamon, which is a...
  • March 19 at 8:27 PM
    Some easy low-cost ways to reduce water usage at home include only using the dishwasher when it fully loaded, finding and fixing faucet leaks immediately, installing low-flow showerheads, and not letting the water run while brushing teeth, doing hair etc. There is a variety of ways in which we can conserve water and it is something we should...
  • March 19 at 8:16 PM
    According to some research, people in richer countries eat more meat because "meat consumption is associated with affluence, leading to excessive consumption to make up for experienced scarcity or to differentiate from the poor" (Garentt, Wilkes, 2014). Meat consumption, historically, has always been associated with actions of the...