These workshops will provide information about the Stop Climate Chaos CLimate Bill campaign and equip you with the knowledge and skills to take action. We hope attendees will feel inspired to take the message that we need a strong climate act onto their streets, communities and to their representatives. In partnership with Take One Action,
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Three eco-congregations have received grants from the latest round of the Climate Challenge Fund. Congratulations to all of you and we look forward to hearing about the progress of your projects. Granton Parish Church (Church of Scotland) Granton Parish Church’s Granton Goes Greener project will improve energy efficiency at the Granton Parish Church
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We are delighted that Wardie Parish Church has become the second eco-congregation to gain a Gold Award. Here is what our assessors said about their award application: The application described a wide-ranging and interesting variety of action embedded in the life of the congregation. The assessors were very impressed with your thorough, integrated approach to
St Columba’s by the Castle Scottish Episcopal Church in Edinburgh gain Silver Eco-Congregation Award.
On Sunday 18th February Eco-Congregation Scotland’s Environmental Chaplain, Trevor Jamison, preached at St Columba’s by the Castle Scottish Episcopal Church in Edinburgh. This was an occasion to celebrate St Columba’s receiving their Eco-Congregation Silver Award, and Trevor is seen here, presenting it to representatives from the congregation.
A young satellite-tagged golden eagle has disappeared in highly suspicious circumstances in the Pentland Hills, just seven miles from the Scottish Parliament building in Edinburgh. Chris Packham investigated and spoke to Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham. More on this story here.