Scotland

Climate Change Impacts on the Historic Environment

Climate Change Impacts on the Historic Environment: Assessing the Risk and Taking Action

This one day seminar will bring together heritage organisations from across the UK to showcase work being undertaken to identify and quantify risks from climate change, and to share best practice.

This event will have particular relevance for practitioners or organisations who are looking to better understand the risk climate change poses to their own estate or property, or to the wider historic environment.

Huge majority call for zero emissions by 2050 target for Scotland

The Scottish Government has today published its analysis of over 19,000 responses received to its consultation on the new Scottish Climate Change Bill.
 
Gail Wilson, Campaigns Manager of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland (SCCS), said: 
 
“Over 19,000 people, as well as hundreds of companies, local authorities and civil society organisations have responded to this consultation. It shows, yet again, that the range and depth of concern about the impact of climate change is far-reaching and diverse.
 

New Year's resolutions: film screening of 'Tomorrow'

Young Friends of the Earth Scotland is kick-starting the new year with a forward looking event identifying the changes we want to make happen in 2018.
 
We will be screening the award winning film "Tomorrow" which looks at positive and creative solutions to issues around energy, food, economics, transport and education.
 
We will be then discussing our goals for the coming year and identifying some key targets and practical steps that could be taken to achieve them. 
 
Open to all!
 

Free Festive Dinner

A free meal made with fully found and foraged foods. Everyone welcome. Music/ entertainment afterwards.

Glasgow Autonomous Space has a no alcohol policy. Please get in touch for accessibility information and any questions.

This event is organised by Young Friends of the Earth Scotland, Strath Foodsharing and The Free Vegan Cookout.

 

SCCS welcome news that First Minister will go to UN climate conference

The Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform, Roseanna Cunningham, today announced that both she and the First Minister will attend the UN Climate Conference in Bonn in November. The announcement was made during a Ministerial Statement on Scotland’s progress against its greenhouse gas emissions targets. 
 
Tom Ballantine, Chair of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland, commented, 
 

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