CLimate change and The Three Week CHallenge


We feel a sense of urgency that we need to be discussing climate change more and more, so we've put together a little booklet. It can be hard to talk about this, and sometimes people are quick to be dismissive, especially if you don't have the information at your fingertips. So we wanted to find a way to convey the information succinctly and hopefully create a way to open up a dialogue a little more easily.

Squeezing it all into a concise 16 pages, we provide a general overview of climate change, a breakdown of a number of issues we face, some notes on building resilience and wellbeing, and have also included the 3 Week Challenge with small things you can do to make a difference. Lastly, there's a small resources section so you can do some further digging of your own.

We hope this gets you thinking, and maybe even talking.

You can purchase a hardcopy here.
Or you can download it here
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The idea is that if enough of us make small changes, together we can make a big change. We want to help, so we've assembled some ideas for how you can start those changes.

Action is the antidote to anxiety and despair. Climate change feels like an overwhelming inevitability, but if we can find any way to contribute to healing our planet, we can gain a small degree of comfort and feel engaged rather than passive. One ‘theory’ is that we can change our habits if we stick with it for three weeks.

So here’s the challenge: starting with the easiest habits to change, mark the boxes of one or more changes you can work on, and tick any boxes that you are already doing. This gives you an idea of what areas you can work on. Persevere for 3 weeks to cement your new habit, and of course pass the Three Week Challenge on to as many people as you can. 

We'd love to hear your stories and feedback. Either email us ([email protected]) or use the Contact Form.

Download just The Three Week Challenge for free here.

We interviewed our neighbour after she completed the 3 Week Challenge, see below.