Part-time post to coordinate community climate action in Skye, Raasay and Lochalsh, as part of a Scotland-wide community climate action network. Could lead to the creation of a Climate Hub for Skye, Raasay and Lochalsh.
The Highland Council is increasing the amount of set aside and wildlife corridors across the area, by reducing areas being mown and the frequency of cutting, for example only cutting paths through larger greenspaces, reducing verge cutting and creating wildflower or...
Year-long, part-time post to coordinate community climate action in Skye, Raasay and Lochalsh, as part of a Scotland-wide community climate action network.
The Scottish-government funded Hub’s role is to provide support and advice to community groups to help them with the starting of a climate project and also with the design and the delivery of the project. Find out more at their on-line sessions on 3rd February.
Video recording of discussion seminar held on 8th September 2021.
Highland Council Pension Fund invests over £40 million in the fossil fuel firms most responsible for the climate crisis, including oil company BP and mining giant BHP. Take action by emailing your councillors.
The campaigns for Highland Council to adopt a Charter for Responsible Investment, and to divest from fossil fuels are gaining pace and gathering support.
Highland Council Pension Fund is investing in mining, fossil fuels and arms: call for a Responsible Investment Charter
Groups across the Highlands are calling on the Highland Council Pension Fund to adopt a Charter for Responsible Investment that would evaluate investments against environmental, social and governance criteria.
Skye Climate Action participated in the Highland Good Food conversation which is generating projects to increase production and consumption of healthy local-grown food throughout the Highlands.
With Trish Robertson, chair of Highland Council’s Climate Change Working Group, and friends from climate/green groups across our region.