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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.



enlarged raindrop on a green leaf bearing the words The Skye, Raasay and Lochalsh Climate PledgeSkye Climate Action and SkyeConnect are inviting businesses from Skye, Raasay and Lochalsh to join our 2022 Climate Pledge, committing to take positive steps within our area towards combating climate change. Businesses can chose an action to carry out, and publicise this on their website along with the Climate Pledge logo.

If you run a business or know someone who does, please take a look at the  Climate Pledge. We would like to encourage as many businesses as possible to join the pledge and show their commitment to support incremental changes that will result in a net zero carbon future.

GROW SKYE /Dùisg an talamh

summer vegetables in a basketFollow 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.


sea sunset hillsVisit 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 2021: Skye, Raasay and Lochalsh was 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.

Latest News

Guide to community composting in Highland Region

A new website, the Highland Community Composting Resource, has been created for communities in the Highlands that are interested in starting or further developing community composting projects. There is a step-by-step Decision-Making Guide to help you get going or to develop your composting project, as well as links to help, information on legal requirements, and much more. 

Incineration of waste in Scotland – independent review published

The independent review of the role of waste incineration in Scotland has concluded that there is more than enough incinerator capacity in the pipeline and recommends that no new incinerators should be built, unless balanced by an equal or greater closure of capacity.

Specific single-use plastics banned in Scotland

From 1st June (subject to the UK Internal Market Act 2020) in Scotland it is unlawful to make and supply commercially specific problematic single-use plastic items which are commonly found in beach litter.


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