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  • POSTPONED: All about food- Stirling Network Meeting

    Eco-Congregation Scotland Stirling network are looking forward to their meeting on Wednesday 25th of March from 2-4pm (New date to be confirmed) when the topic is “All about Food.” Stuart Guzinski of Forth Environment Link will be talking about the work that they do involving food and growing.  FEL has run Stirling NeighbourFood an online farmers market for ethical, local and seasonal produce which they have recently handed over management of to The Kitchen at 44 King Street, a soon-to-open community kitchen, food event space and cookery school. Sara Macmillan from this social enterprise will also be joining us to share her exciting plans for more community food activity in Stirling with the network. 

    All are welcome to attend this event. To assist with catering, if you would like to come along please let us know by filling in the contact form on the events page of this website.

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  • Buchlyvie Church Christmas Tree Festival

    Buchlyvie Church have been holding a Christmas tree festival on the December weekends in the run up to Christmas. The theme is “He’s got the whole world in His hands” Fifteen trees have been beautifully decorated by village groups and individuals and include up-cycling, save the oceans, polar ice cap, after the rains comes the rainbow, and birds, bees and butterfly conservation.

    If you are in the area this weekend (21st and 22nd December 2019) it would be worth popping along to see the trees. (Please see our events page for details)

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  • Christianity and Care for the Earth: An Environmental Crisis

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  • Climate Action Now: Campaign Workshops across Scotland during June

     

    This is a big year for tackling climate change in Scotland as the Scottish Government prepares to introduce a new Climate Bill. In 2017, over 19,000 members of the public supported our calls for an ambitious Bill with the policies for Scotland to do its share in limiting climate change.

    Join Stop Climate Chaos Scotland for a Campaign Workshop to share knowledge and plan action on the Bill. We need to ensure the Government commits to a target of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 at the latest, and a roadmap to reach that. So it’s time to start campaigning!

    These interactive workshops will give you more information on Scotland’s new Climate Change Act and how you can get involved in the campaign for climate justice.

    We are encouraging people from all across Scotland who care about climate change to come along to meet other activists passionate about climate change, engage with the new climate Bill and to get involved in the campaign.

     

    Dates

    Aberdeen – Saturday 9th June
    Dundee – Sunday 10th June
    Glasgow – Saturday 16th June
    Inverness – Sunday 17th June
    Dumfries – Saturday 23rd June
    Irvine – Saturday 23rd June
    Stirling – Sunday 24th June

     

    Booking

    To book your place visit the Stop Climate Chaos Scotland web site:

    http://www.stopclimatechaos.org/events/workshops

     

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  • Climate Action Workshops & Film Tour 2018

    Over the next few months, Stop Climate Chaos Scotland will be out across Scotland with their members putting on Climate Action Workshops which you can get involved in! These free to attend workshops are an exciting opportunity to meet others interested in climate change, get to know more about this years Climate Bill and to find out how you can get involved in campaigning.

    SCCS are also delighted to be working in partnership with Take One Action at some of these workshops to bring you a screening of Not Without Us, a film following frontline activists in the fight against climate change. Check the event page of the workshop near you to find out if there will be a screening and how to get tickets.

    More workshop dates and locations will be added over the next few weeks so keep checking the website for our up to date list. You can register for tickets at the confirmed dates so far by following the links below:

    Selkirk – Thursday 26th April
    Edinburgh – Sunday 3rd June
    Dundee – Sunday 10th June
    Inverness – Sunday 17th June
    Irvine – Saturday 23rd June
    St. Andrews – Friday 27th April
    Aberdeen – Saturday 9th June
    Glasgow – Saturday 16th June
    Dumfries – Saturday 23rd June
    Stirling – Sunday 24th June

     

     

     

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