Skye Climate Action’s electrical amnesty in south Skye got off to a great start with 3.8 tonnes of electrical goods brought to Ashaig for collection by ILM Highland recycling company.
CLIMATE FÈIS : SKYE, RAASAY AND LOCHALSH has been busy over the last few weeks. We have contacted
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.
New scheme for pick up and recycling of domestic electrical appliances near Broadford.
Our “Creative Climate Conversation” on 3rd March 2021, led by Roz Birch, confirmed that the care, connection and solidarity of being part of a climate action community are vital for sustaining personal hope in these difficult and uncertain times. The workshop also inspired a wide range of aspirations for 2021. We hope these ‘visions’ and ‘actions’ for 2021 inspire and catalyse more connecting through our climate action work together.
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.
An opportunity to put your climate-friendly projects on the map and sign up for more info.
With funding from NatureScot’s Peatland Action programme John Muir Trust is restoring 36.5 hectares of peat bog on its Strathaird estate.
Soil Association Scotland’s new agroforestry programme showcases how trees can benefit agricultural production using examples from crofts on Skye and Lismore.
Communities across Skye received daffodil bulbs to brighten up Spring 2021.