We Walk, We Cycle, We Vote is delighted that the Space for Cycling campaign is coming to Edinburgh to present the tools and resources available through the campaign.
Pathways to 2030: Public Sector Climate Action, the 2016 Sustainable Scotland Network (SSN) Conference, will take place on 1 November in Glasgow. The SSN Conference is the meeting place for public sector professionals working to improve Scotland’s response to climate change and to promote sustainable development. Key speakers include:
Edinburgh eco-congregation network are hosting a screening of This Changes Everything.
Based on the book of the same name by Naomi Klein, the film looks at the impacts of climate change on vulnerable communities while offering hope for the future.
The screening will be followed by a discussion led by Bishop David Chillingworth.
Contact Sarah Tolley to book a place, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Free entry, donations welcome
“Climate change isn’t a wonkish or academic issue; it’s a racial and social justice issue.”
SCCS response to the Paris Agreement, December 2015
Our blog from Paris: part 16 (final blog) by Gail Wilson, Tuesday 15th December
The leaders of Scotland’s political parties including First Minister Nicola Sturgeon came together today to back positive action on climate change. They took part in a media photo-call, holding a large model of the planet earth to illustrate their commitment to do everything they can to create a healthy planet for future generations.
The photo-call included First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Ruth Davidson (Scottish Conservative), Kezia Dugdale (Scottish Labour), Patrick Harvie (Scottish Greens) and Willie Rennie (Scottish Liberal Democrats).
This event is organised by Biofuelwatch