Working together for a climate-friendly Skye by reducing Skye’s carbon footprint and preparing for the changes that are happening to our climate.
And contact us to tell us what you are doing and share your thoughts, ideas and solutions
Skye Climate Action is starting a project to encourage food growing, sharing and distribution across the island.
Sign Oil Change International’s letter calling on the Inter-American Development Bank to stop funding oil and gas extraction and associated infrastructure.
Help the Skye Cycle Network Project find new routes for cycling and walking without needing to take the car.
Sign Oil Change International’s letter calling on the UK government to halt its policy that makes maximising economic oil and gas production a legal obligation.
Three sources of funding for tree planting.
Friends of the Earth Scotland, Scottish Environment LINK and Stop Climate Chaos Scotland brought together experts from six key sectors to share their ideas on how we cut emissions and improve lives.
Citizens’ Climate Assemblies in UK and France conclude their deliberations with recommendations to their respective governments.
Highland Council has secured more money for walking and cycling.
A successful webinar on The Sustainable Renovation Guide was co-hosted by Zero Waste Scotland and Scottish Ecological Design Association on 22nd July.
Bike racks, electric community minibus and an EV sharing club.
Highland Council says it will build on the climate-friendly changes during COVID-19 towards a green recovery, but at the same time it continues to allow destruction of peat reserves. Meanwhile the Scottish Government has committed £250 million to restoring peatlands over the next 10 years.
A free IT collection and recycling service based in Forres.