Ashoka Germany
Ashoka builds and cultivates a community of change leaders who transform institutions and cultures so they support changemaking for the good of society.
Main Topic
Increasing the EU's climate policy ambition for 2030 and 2050
All Topics
Sustainable food: from "farm to fork": a fair, healthy and environmentally-friendly food system
Responsible and circular economy: mobilizing industry for a clean and circular economy
Clean energy: supplying clean, affordable and secure energy
Mobility futures: accelerating the shift to sustainable and smart mobility
Biodiversity: preserving and restoring ecosystems and biodiversity
Fostering a just transition: leaving no one behind (fostering i.e. inclusivity, equity, empowerment of marginalized communities or other goals regarding justice)
Renovating homes: building and renovating in an energy- and resource-efficient way
Zero pollution ambition for a toxic-free environment
Increasing the EU's climate policy ambition for 2030 and 2050
Financing the transition (i.e. it facilitates and/or stimulates public and private investments needed for the transition to a climate-neutral, green, competitive and inclusive economy)
  • National
  • Non-profit organisation (i.e. pursues a particular social cause, e.g. schools, foundations, social movement)
Main Activity
Designing policies and/or (management) strategies;
  • Designing policies and/or (management) strategies
  • Providing knowledge transfer / advisory / education services
This initiative is adapted from the TRANSIT project, ©2014 TRANsformative Social Innovation Theory (TRANSIT)
This initiative is self-reported and not identified by the SHARED GREEN DEAL Consortium
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For further details please contact co-leads Dr Chris Foulds ( and Dr Rosie Robison (

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