The challenge is over...
And our winners of the first ever Climate Heroes Community Climate Challenge are
Congratulations to all who participated, with 68 teams representing 15 counties around Ireland actively logging climate friendly actions daily.
If everyone in Ireland made the same small lifestyle changes as the winning team - Ukrainian Volunteers of Ireland Changing the Future - this would amount to a 67.20% reduction in Irelands CO2e.
This shows that the power of small actions, done together, can really make a difference and that we all can be every day climate heroes.
2023 Challenge - Final Leaderboard
Use the dropdown menu on the top right to see all teams as well as a per county leaderboard
What is it?
Climate Heroes is team-based climate challenge for you and members from your community that supports you in taking climate friendly actions together.
How do we win the challenge?
Our innovative Climate Competition support businesses, communities and schools in creating an inviting and empowering environment for climate action.
The Climate Competition enable participants to record climate friendly actions using the Ducky Challenge app in a fun, collaborative way while competing against their peers and colleagues.
Find out more about how our Climate Competition, powered by Ducky, supported the Kildare County Chamber and businesses in Kildare on their climate action journey, saving over 54,000 kg of CO2e on the way.
Climate Heroes and Climate Competition is Global Action Plans new and innovative programme that supports communities, businesses and schools around Ireland to take informed climate decisions. Find out more about Global Action Plan
Still not sure what this is all about. Then drop us a quick email at climatecompetition [@] globalactionplan.ie or fill out the form below and we'd be happy to have a chat
This challenge is funded by Irish Aid at the Department of Foreign Affairs.
Irish Aid is the Government’s overseas development programme which supports partners working in some of the world’s poorest countries. Irish Aid also supports global citizenship education in Ireland to encourage learning and public engagement with global issues.
You can find out more about GAPs ACT Global Citizenship programme here