This climate change action project consists of two aspects
- Zero Hero Calendar – a monthly roadmap to inspire practical climate actions.
- Zero Hero Coach Training – a framework that trains coaches and facilitators to guide groups towards these actions.
These two elements are designed to work in synergy so to inspire ongoing practical, effective, community supported, unique Climate Change monthly projects over the course of each year.
The Zero Hero Calendar is designed to includes monthly themes, projects and films to inspire collaboration and action. A Human Centered Design approach is key to the project. Communities are encouraged to take the time so to go through their own process of design, monthly themes and challenges. The calendar provides a basis for further development of ideas which best meet the community, regional or context appropriate challenges.
The Zero Hero Coaches will be invited to be trained, ideally from a wide variety of locations, backgrounds and ages. The ideal is to train those who can engage with their communities at each planning step, improving interventions through an iterative and participative processes
Coaches will assist community members to come together (online or face to face) to watch the monthly documentaries, discuss the monthly topics and create opportunities for communities to listen to each other, voice their concerns, consider options, design solutions and take on action.
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