Queensferry Parish Church are holding a coffee morning on the Saturday 26th May (10.00-12.00) about how not to use plastic. They will have stalls for the from Any But Plastic and the One World shop as well as information from Zero Waste Scotland, Changeworks, The Marine Conservation Society and others – so it promises to
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Wardie Parish Church in Edinburgh celebrated their Gold Eco-congregation Award on May 13th with a dialogue about gardening. David Rae formerly Director of Horticulture at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is on the Council of the Royal Horticultural Society and spoke about the benefits of gardening. He described the satisfaction of growing plants, bringing improved
Keep Scotland Beautiful is delighted to be working with Dundee Flower and Food Festival 2018 to promote a One Planet Picnic competition to design the most exciting and unusual pocket garden, using plants that can be eaten, attract wildlife and celebrate 30 years of the Festival in Camperdown Park. The competition is for groups to
St Ninians Craigmailen Church Linlithgow was recently awarded a Gold Eco-Congregation Award. This photograph shows the eco group from the church and a member of the Brownie Guides receiving their plaque. This is our highest award, currently only held by three congregations. Our award assessors said: “Clearly there is a strong, and enthusiastic, small team
The Church of Scotland’s annual Heart and Soul event in Princes Street Gardens takes place on Sunday 20th May 2018. Eco-Congregation Scotland will be there with information about our Faith Action for Nature project. We will also be following on from our successful photo competition with a live Twitter feed of your nature photographs along
Not Without Us — Official Trailer from Kontent Films on Vimeo. As Scotland drafts a new Climate Bill, Take One Action, Friends of the Earth Scotland and Stop Climate Chaos Scotland present a special screening of Not Without Us, a rousing documentary that connects the dots between decreasing biodiversity, indigenous land rights abuses, fossil-fuel driven economies,
Duffus, Spynie & Hopeman Church welcomed Richard Lochhead MSP to present the congregation’s Eco-Congregation Silver Award on Sunday 6th May. The award recognises the congregation’s actions to care for creation in its spiritual life, practical work and global living. Duffus, Spynie & Hopeman were particularly commended for the range of people in its Eco group,