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Is your congregation or community group looking for funding and support for an environmental project? Come along to our Funding Information Session in Stirling on Friday 19th July from 11am to 1pm to learn about the funding, support and project development grants available through the Scottish Government's Climate Challenge Fund. Staff from Eco-Congregation Scotland and Climate Challenge Fund managers Keep Scotland Beautiful will share information on available funding, share examples of environmental projects who have received funding from Climate Challenge…Find out more »
Worried about plastic waste? Concerned about fast fashion and clothes you no longer want? Come and join us for Zero Waste Scotland workshops on how to RECYCLE PLASTICS, LOVE YOUR CLOTHES and have a BIG CLIMATE CONVERSATION.Find out more »
Air quality, sustainable transport and active travel are pressing issues for Scotland's largest city - vital to improve citizens' health and tackle the climate emergency. Our Glasgow gathering is free for anyone to attend, bringing together local churches, public bodies, campaign organisations and transport providers from all over the city. Please register today and have your say on environmental action to clean the city's air, encourage walking and cycling, and improve public transport for communities throughout Glasgow. Faith groups and environmental…Find out more »
Where money and the environment collide! is there a future for oil and gas and should churches be investing in it?
In 2019 the United Reformed Church decided to sell its shares in oil and gas companies, the Church of Scotland narrowly decided against divestment at General Assembly and the Scottish Episcopal Church also reviewed its investment policy. The debate has been passionate and sometimes divisive. We know we have to take oil and gas out of the economy but how do we make a just transition to a low carbon economy and what is the role of finance? Join us…Find out more »
Justice and Peace Scotland invites you to: A Day of Reflection on Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si’ On Saturday 21st September 2019 Speakers include: Lorna Gold – Divestment from fossil fuels Stephen Curran – Eco-Congregation Scotland Dr Pete Walton – Climate Science Will Dickson – Ethical Finance Come along to our one day conference reflecting on the richness of Pope Francis’ ground breaking encyclical on the environment – Laudato Si’. Four expert speakers will explore important topics on the environment…Find out more »