We would welcome your comments on the latest draft of our three year strategy for Scottish Communities Climate Action Network. It has been developed by the steering group following input from members at our Unconference last September: SCCAN Draft strategy 2016-19
It is based around four key strategic objectives:
Healthy and Engaged People – work related to the physical and psychological well-being of individuals who are involved with community-led climate action including support for development of strong and healthy personal relationships within groups, opportunities for learning and sharing new skills and deepening a sense of connection to nature.
Creating More Localised Economies within Ecological Limits –work related to practical action to create stronger local economies that positively steward the local environment and resources, enhance biodiversity, cut carbon dependence and create meaningful, locally-based livelihoods that are not dependent on fossil fuels.
Cross-Community Links –work related to developing active links and partnerships between our members and across the wider community sector within and outwith Scotland, and with other sectors, including the public sector, government and business.
Building a Creative, Inclusive Culture –work related to enabling and encouraging involvement from all sectors and demographics across society, encouraging diversity and working for social justice, inclusion and equity as well as support for social and technical innovation, exploring novel ideas and ways of working.