Working together for a climate-friendly Skye by reducing Skye’s carbon footprint and preparing for the changes that are happening to our climate.
Skye Climate Action is a collaborative network set up to share information, provide support and link up people and groups on Skye and nearby who are taking action on the Climate Emergency.
Whether you are taking a personal stand or are joining with others, whether on issues of food, transport, plastics, building, energy or anything else, please drop us an email to tell us what you are doing so we can share your story and inspire others.
GROW SKYE /Dùisg an talamh
Follow our Grow Skye Project through the seasons, in which we explore and share ideas on growing, seed saving and seed sovereignty, fruit growing, caring for our soil and preparing for new sowings in the spring.
Visit our Climate Awareness page to find out how we are linking with others to share information about the climate emergency and exchange ideas and learn from the actions that others are taking in different parts of Scotland.
Our Climate Fèis: Skye, Raasay and Lochalsh will be held in August, as a fringe event to the COP26 summit in Glasgow in November. Read more on the Climate Awareness page, or visit the Climate Fèis website.
New scheme for pick up and recycling of domestic electrical appliances near Broadford.
An opportunity to put your climate-friendly projects on the map and sign up for more info.
CLIMATE FÈIS : SKYE, RAASAY AND LOCHALSH has been busy over the last few weeks. We have contacted
A one-stop website setting out how Scottish government, organisations and individuals working together can tackle climate change and reach the net zero target. Includes information on food, transport, home energy, business etc, COP26 and the government’s plan for reaching net zero by 2045
If you love Skye and want to see it litter-free, join the project and “adopt” a specified area to check and clear of litter at least two to three times a year. The Great British Spring Clean (28th May to 13th June) is a great opportunity to get together and clean up Skye.
This new short animation explores the extraordinary story of peat and carbon, by IUCN UK Peatland Programme.