Members and supporters of Friends of the Earth Tayside will be inviting members of the public to consider how things which are dear to them will be affected by climate change, and to write a postcard to Scotland's First Minister urging her to take firmer action to reduce Scotland's carbon emissions in the run up to the Paris climate change summit in December.
For the Love of... cycling! Free 'love your bike' mainenance and minor repair drop-in workshop. We will also be showing an animated film suitable for all ages at 12 noon in our mini cinema.
In Paris, in December 2015, global leaders are expected to conclude negotiations for a new deal to tackle climate change and address its impacts. As a country that has already committed to take ambitious action on climate change, Scotland has a key role to play.
- Find out what happened at the Rally for the Climate when we handed in your messages to the First Minister
Morning service will reference the For the Love of campaign and show the For the Love of film. There will be an opportunity to sign cards to the First Minister.
Friends of the Earth Glasgow will be on Buchanan Street to help spread the love and kick start grassroots climate activism.
This event is organised by RSPB
Do you love trees? Come along and learn how to identify the different species in winter. Without any leaves it may seem difficult, but there are plenty of clues to look out for. Also find out about climate change and how it is affecting our trees.
This event is organised by RSPB Scotland
Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th February
February is the time of year birds are looking for the perfect family home.
Join us to help celebrate national nest box week by making your very own nest box, and find out why we need to tackle climate change for the love of our birds!
Now in its eighth year, this is the only free event in South West Scotland which focuses on topics such as saving energy, renewable energy and sustainable transport.