Eco-Congregation Scotland has partnered with a number of organisations to encourage action on climate change.
- Christian Aid Scotland (click here for an article about our partnership)
- The Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund (SCIAF)
- Season of Creation
Eco-Congregation Scotland is a member of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland a coalition of 60 organisations in Scotland campaigning together on climate change.
Eco-Congregation Scotland is a member of the Scottish Food Coalition which consists of 30 organisations campaigning for a successful food system that delivers high levels of well-being, social justice and environmental stewardship now and for future generations, in Scotland and abroad.
Eco-Congregation Scotland is an associate member of Scottish Communities Climate Action Network aiming to empower and enable communities to create a low carbon future, and promote local resilience and well-being.
Eco-Congregation Scotland is an ecumenical movement endorsed by Action of Churches Together in Scotland.
Eco-Congregation Scotland is supported by the Church of Scotland, the Scottish Episcopal Church, the Methodist Church in Scotland and the United Reformed Church. We also receive funding from the Scottish Government, SCIAF and Christian Aid as well as local church congregations and private individuals.
We are part of the wider Eco-Congregation movementin the UK and overseas. Each countries’ movement is run independently, but we retain links with each other. Eco-Congregation Scotland is linked to the Environmental Issues Network of Churches Together in Britain and Ireland and to the European Christian Environmental Network.