The Global Climate Change Challenge Programme is being run by the interDependence Agency, a UK-registered not-for-profit.
The purpose of our interdependent learning Programmes is to resource participants with sustainable leadership skills, a greater awareness of the ecological problems faced by society at this time, to better understand the solutions to those problems, and the practical skills required to build a global network of climate resilient communities.
For more information on the different programmes available please visit:
For the Global Climate Change Challenge Brochure, please see:
Participants in the Global Climate Change Challenge will be working on the implementation of the interDependence blueprint - a plan to fund the rapid scale up of climate solutions, invest in local renewable energy and sustainable food production infrastructure, create meaningful jobs and generate new ways for people to participate in the low carbon transition.
The interDependence blueprint offers an antidote to the climate breakdown and the rapidly increasing polarisation we are witnessing in society today.
The interDependence blueprint will be funded from the sale of interDependence Bonds, a tokenized climate impact bond designed to raise funds to develop a network of climate resilient community infrastructure projects and fund the rapid scale up of climate solutions.
Token holders will be able to exchange their interDependence Bonds for energy and food produced by interDependence Communities once the network reaches scale. Participants in the Global Climate Change Challenge will be organised into teams according to roles and locations. Specifically, each team will work together to design, plan and implement an outreach, awareness raising, community building and fundraising campaign in their local communities.
Please note that no information submitted via this form will be shared with anyone other than the Engaged Tracking Foundation & interDependence Agency staff reviewing applications.