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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From the congregation of Dunblane Cathedral: Here in Dunblane we are preparing, with the Brownies, Guides, Cubs, Scouts, Girls Brigade and Boys Brigade, to celebrate Earth Hour on Saturday 24th March from 8 -9.30 pm. Earth Hour is a global celebration, started by WWF, taking place annually where hundreds of millions of people across the
ACT Alliance has published a new toolkit to support climate change advocacy at national and regional level: Towards the Ambitious Implementation of the Paris Agreement: A Toolkit for National Level Advocacy, which you can download here. This toolkit has been designed to elaborate on the Paris Agreement, offer faith based perspective to key climate
We are just posting award plaques to ten lucky congregations. To find out how your congregation can apply for an award click here.
A new video from Katharine Hayhoe, who spoke at our Edinburgh Network event last year. Further videos are available on her YouTube channel here.
From Friends of the Earth Scotland: Glasgow Council has just revealed their proposals to tackle the city’s toxic air pollution. But their Low Emission Zone plan is desperately weak and will do almost nothing to fix this public health crisis. LEZs are also planned for Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen so it is vital for
Ann Bethune of Selkirk Parish Church writes: Traidcraft recently received nearly £70 from Selkirk Parish Church – mostly from old and broken jewellery and watches! How does this work? Traidcraft Exchange works with Recycling For Good Causes, who can turn unwanted currency, jewellery, watches, cameras, old mobiles and used stamps into vital funds. It is