Car Free Day takes place every year to encourage us to reimagine our transport system. Could you take action?
A bottle reverse vending machine in a supermarket in Germany. Photo: Donald Trung The flagship policy is the first in the UK. Shoppers will pay a 20p levy on single-use plastic, metal or glass drinks containers, reimbursable when...
Scotland's climate fringe festival has started! Throughout September, groups across Scotland are putting on events as part of Scotland's call for climate action. View the wonderful array of activities here. Events by Skye Climate Action supporters are included.
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.
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.
The long awaited proposals for a Scottish circular economy bill were published on 30th May. Environmental campaigners have welcomed the move and are calling for strong targets to reduce the global extraction of resources supplying the Scottish economy, and measures to change the way materials are used in Scotland.
Fully funded spaces to help organisations and individuals in the workplace take climate action. Training provided through Skills Development Scotland to anyone over 25 living in Scotland. Several dates are available in June. Click here for info.
Business Energy Scotland and the Let’s Do Net Zero Buildings Fund can help businesses and community organisations save energy and reduce energy costs.
In May the Scottish Government will consult on its much-awaited proposals for the Circular Economy Bill. Scottish Environment Link, together with 35 organisations, are calling for an ambitious Circular Economy Bill based on a long-term strategy that makes economic and...
Support a Scotland-wide climate conversation by training as a volunteer conversation facilitator, or hosting a climate conversation.