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Whether you have an idea or not, here's a list of resources to help you get started. Check back often for updates.

Resources

If you need inspiration for an idea, try asking yourself these questions:

  • Do you have a neighbourhood issue that you’d like to tackle? 

  • Do you have an innovative way to cut down on consumerism?

  • Is there a social issue that you’ve identified in your community or school that you care about?

  • Do you have a great idea about an app or tool that can help people?

  • Do you have a passion that can contribute to a social or environmental solution?

Remember, simple changes can make a big difference! Check out some of the projects we saw last year here.

Want to know where you can make the most impact?

The Impact Gaps Canvas helps you figure out where there is already a lot of awesome work being done already, and where there are gaps in need in your community. This methodology can help you find your focus when it comes to making an impact!

 

Check it out here.

A lecture and a worksheet to help you get your project off the ground! Have you always wanted to create something really impactful, but not known where to start? Check out this lecture by Allen Grossman from Harvard. It'll help you answer some of the basic questions that you might need answers to so you can get going. After you've watched the lecture, use this worksheet as a handy guide to getting started!

Project Drawdown has built a list of real solutions. This comprehensive, and well-researched, list of potential ways to combat the climate crisis is an amazing source for inspiration and education. Check out their list of solutions here.