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With your help we can greatly expand a global community of advocates and changemakers, each doing what they can, in ways that are most relevant to them, to make this beautiful spinning dot we call home a healthier, more equitable, more sustainable place.

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And the numbers show that our connections create lasting and world-changing impact. And there is still so much work to be done. That's why we need you. We need you and your support to help us connect every single one of us in this movement together. Your donation will allow major expansions to our Ecochallenge Platform and new partnership and program development.

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I felt like I learned a lot from this challenge. I admit that there were times when it was really difficult to stick with it, but for positive changes to stick around, it takes time and progress [for them] to become a healthy habit. I hope to continue the progress I made throughout this challenge and reflect on what did and didn't work for me... I already can't wait to keep making greener changes in my life!

– Valerie Ryba

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During these few weeks I have been eating at least one vegetarian meal per day. I am learning that there are some really interesting vegetarian dishes out there. Went out to lunch at a ramen place in the neighborhood and instead of my usual pork filled ramen I chose the Hazelnut Tantanmen. Miso tare, hazelnut broth, bok choy, shiitake, leeks and miso cashew crumbles. Oh my freaking god. So good. I want some now.

- Dan

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Prior to the challenge, I was serious about recycling and composting. Now I am now much more focused on using resources more efficiently and producing less waste from the start.

- Fern

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This was an awesome learning experience! I never would have tackled the Drawdown book--it was just too technical and dense. This challenge allowed me to learn in small usable and relatable chunks--I learned that I can live more sustainably and that there is still some hope for our world and our civilization.

– Paula

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Just want to say thank you to everyone who embarked on this plastic-free journey. I enjoyed learning from all of you and greatly appreciate having had the opportunity to connect with people who also share the same vision of a healthier tomorrow for our planet.

– Juliana

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The challenge raised a lot of awareness to the things that I can change and take action easily as part of my daily routine and contribute to helping our planet. It also helped me do a lot of reflection and has inspired me to be more conscious and make healthier choices for myself and the environment.

- Ryan

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Drawdown Ecochallenge

14,100 humans from around the world took action on the 100 most substantive solutions to global warming

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Plastic Free Ecochallenge

15,235 humans from around the world took action with 40+ zoos and aquariums to refuse single-use plastics

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People's Ecochallenge

12,480 humans from around the world took action on proven sustainability solutions for homes and communities

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