CCC Good Practices

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CCC Good Practices
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Collection of good and emergent practices for community climate action
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Curator(s): Sophie Zuang
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Pattern page for CCC Good Practices pattern
In this guide, we present a number of people who are working across Europe in diverse contexts and on diverse climate actions. We have chosen inspiring individuals who we feel give a good flavour of the work of community catalysing and of the positive impact it can have.

As is clear from the examples we have chosen, there is no one-size-fits-all model for a community catalyst. We have included municipal leaders in Catalonia, tree planters in Croatia, and community organizers in England. These Coaches come from different backgrounds, have different skills and experience, and work in different contexts. What unites them is their role as catalysts of climate action in the communities where they live or work. In other words, they are working with communities to envision and then deliver powerful, effective climate action which local people would not be able to do without their help.

These people are demonstrating good practice which others can learn from and copy. In using this good practice, each person will of course need to adapt it to their own context and conditions; no two communities are the same. But we hope that this short guide will provide both inspiration and guidance to new and existing community catalysts in their vital work.

Ordering & Usage

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  • Pathways (aim-pathway-practice)
  • practice

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Utilization & More

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