The main aim of the I-CHANGE project is to show that behavioural change of individuals is possible through citizen science initiatives. The project consortium, consisting of 16 partners from 12 countries, is setting up 8 Living Labs across Europe and beyond to include citizens in climate related science. The aim of the Living Labs is to engage citizens in the collection of environmental and socio-economic data, through co-designed and personalised tools such as new apps and user-friendly and reliable devices. Through this co-designed learning citizens can gain knowledge and get empowered to change their own behaviour and therefore their carbon and environmental footprint towards more sustainable patterns.
CMF is creating audiovisual material to support the Climate Action Schools around the world and is co-developing a serious game for the Living Labs which addresses the themes of the project.