Quantum Leap


How to take the leap? 

The world is deeply interconnected and our efforts to bring about the required transformation should not be isolated ones. A holistic and multidisciplinary approach is necessary to make our actions even more efficient and bring about the change we want to see. This also requires the usage of constructive, innovative and creative methodologies and approaches. 

We believe in collaboration and maximization of joint efforts. Depending on the context, our team works alongside other specialists, initiatives and organizations in order to have the largest impact possible.

At Quantum Leap we think outside the box.

  • We develop and share forefront knowledge on climate change and sustainable development law and policy regimes, in a manner that is easy to understand and adapted to the needs and contexts of persons and/or entities (education institutions, governmental and non-governmental organizations, businesses, individuals, etc.)
  • We promote the development and strengthening of capacities
  • We use cutting-edge tools in order to stimulate motivation and intrinsic action
  • We encourage public debate and understanding of complex issues with the aid of innovative, simple and intuitive means
  • We provide advisory services, so that persons and institutions are able to have a positive and multiplying effect on development agendas

Our main areas of action are: 

1. Education and awareness-building
  • Development of educational on-line platforms
  • Development, coordination and execution of workshops and trainings
  • Information and knowledge sharing with the aid of simple messages and creative means, through different means of communication and social networks
  • Creation and development of academic courses: specializations, diplomas, seminars, etc
  • Conferences, presentations, etc
  • Preparation and publication of educational material (on and off-line)
  • Development of tailor-made executive courses
  • Education on sustainable development for children and youth: integrating climate change and sustainable development in school curricula
2. Innovation for transformation
  • Development of products for specific target groups, such as board games, games for children and youth, applications and toys
  • Creation and transfer of technology for sustainable development and climate change through social networks and partnerships
  • Usage of creative means, such as contests in art, cinema, music, creative writing, arts, etc


3. Public policy and private sector engagement
  • Creation and facilitation of public-private alliances at different levels
  • Tailor-made consultancy for the design of public policies, as well as legislative and regulatory reform, at different levels (national, subnational and regional)
  • Design, architecture and prototyping of projects and initiatives to generate enabling conditions for sustainable finance, mitigation and adaptation
  • Tailor-made consultancy work for the private sector, including banks and other financial actors;
  • Cooperation with other non-governmental organizations
  • Stakeholder engagement.