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The Theory of Change Toolkit for Communities will equip participants to lead their community group through series of climate change and biodiversity specific steps to define long term goals, identify measurable indicators of success, and then work back to formulate actions and the ‘mini-steps” that must be taken to achieve those goals.

Based in the Theory of Change Framework, this output will catalyse meaningful changes by creating a community-centred process of learning with a focus on how to live sustainably and regeneratively taking into consideration local ecological and cultural uniqueness.

It is easy to feel overwhelmed in our communities – whatever we do is so small in the massive perspective of climate challenge. The Theory of Change Toolkit for Communities will allow community volunteers to benefit from backward mapping, taking backward steps from their long-term goal to intermediate actions and then to early-term changes which are required to result in desired change. Many activities fail because they are built on good intentions but are ill-defined or ill-designed to effect real change. Taking small steps and making small incremental changes over the long term can have the largest impact of all.

Get started with our Toolkit below:

Annex 1 - Stakeholder Mapping Table

Project stakeholder are important for any project success.

Annex 2 – Project Examples

In order to assist with the successful completion of IO3 of the Erasmus + Climate Champions project each partner is invited to provide an example to illustrate ToC development.

Annex 3 – Theory of Change logical model

All financial and non-financial inputs which are required for projects (BIG’s grant, other funding, volunteer time)
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