Building Climate Awareness
Skye Climate Action is working to increase awareness and understanding of the climate emergency, as it affects Skye, Scotland and the world as a whole.
Our column in the West Highland Free Press
Now that the West Highland Free Press has resumed publication after the first COVID-19 lockdown, we are continuing our monthly guest column on climate issues written by Kirsty Watt. Kirsty is studying journalism at Strathclyde University, and is currently based at her parent’s home on Skye.
Our thanks go to Kirsty, and to Keith MacKenzie at WHFP, for helping to us to reach communities across Skye and the region with information on the climate emergency and what is being doing on Skye. Read Kirsty’s column below.
Hearst & Gaither South Skye celebrated food from field to fork in two events for the finale of...
The #HighlandClimateFestival is taking place from Saturday 25th June to Sunday 3rd July 2022. The event will celebrate and engage communities, businesses and public sector throughout the region in climate action.
Support Lochcarron’s Climate Fèis, and join the conversation about how to reduce consumption and generate less waste, while enjoying the opportunity to come together after the difficulties of the last two years.
CLIMATE FÈIS : SKYE, RAASAY AND LOCHALSH has been busy over the last few weeks. We have contacted
News about our planned Climate Festival to raise awareness and highlight the importance of the UN Conference on Climate Change (COP26).