April 15 - May 15, 2020

Putting Climate Solutions into Action

Youth Climate Ecochallenge is a fun and social way to take measurable action on the top solutions to climate change.
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Be part of the solution with Youth Climate Ecochallenge: A Drawdown Solutions Race!

Youth Climate Ecochallenge is offered in partnership by Ecochallenge.org and PAE, with funding from the State of Oregon’s Department of Environmental Quality. Together, we're taking action on the most substantive solutions identified by Project Drawdown to reverse climate change. 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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Collective Impact

Our strength is in our numbers

We believe the solution to the planet’s biggest challenges lies in the power of collective action. By taking action in our own lives and inspiring the people around us, each of us contributes to a world of impact.

Come back and check in on April 15 and watch our impact add up.

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  • March 25 at 6:34 PM
    Even though this question specifically tackles reducing cement usage through concrete, another important aspect is the dwindling sand supply needed for construction concrete. One year ago, I conducted a year-long research study that investigated designing 3d printed structural inserts that could strategically introduce air pockets to concrete...
  • March 25 at 6:30 PM
    Our oceans and fisheries are extremely important to every aspect of this planet. Thinking about our dietary choices and trying to source sustainable fish and getting fish from small local fishermen can help support people and their livelihoods!
  • March 23 at 8:45 PM
    Given the quarantine we're in right now, I believe that the opportunity to come together against climate change online is welcome.