May newsletter

Screen Shot 2017-05-25 at 00.37.30Our May newsletter is out with details for many exciting events, funding updates, and news from the networks. You can read it here. If you enjoy reading it please also consider sharing it with a friend. Get in touch if you have something you would like to feature in next month’s newsletter on info@scottishcommunitiescan.org.uk.

April Newsletter

IMG_1766Our April newsletter is out with news and upcoming events. You can read it here. If you enjoy reading it please also consider sharing it with a friend. Get in touch if you have something you would like to feature in next month’s newsletter on info@scottishcommunitiescan.org.uk.

February Newsletter

photo 1Our February newsletter is out with lots of information on what happened at our annual gathering, how you can participate in policy consultations and influence the draft Climate Change Plan, and upcoming events. You can read it here. Get in touch if you have something you would like to feature in next month’s newsletter on info@scottishcommunitiescan.org.uk.

Presentations and reflections from our recent gathering

photo 1The Scottish Communities Climate Action Network (SCCAN) held its Annual Gathering 9.30-4.30 on Saturday 4 February 2017 in David Hume Tower, George Sq, Edinburgh EH8 9JX.

About 60 people from all over Scotland, community workers, project volunteers, and government officials, all joined for what turned out to be a very positive and inspirational day of sharing experiences and ideas for the future.

Paul Allen, Director of the Zero Carbon Britain project at the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) in Wales, gave a keynote address on their Zero Carbon – Making It Happen research.

Andy Wightman, Green MSP, joined as a Keynote Listener, and provided an inspiring conclusion to the day, sharing ideas on the Community role in delivering low carbon aspirations.

Presentations and reflections from the day are available here