Caring for God's Creation: A free seminar for congregations
A presentation on Eco-congregation Scotland and why congregations should be involved with a choice of two workshops including:
- Greening your church buildings
(James Anthony, Eco-congregations)
Climate Change Impacts on the Historic Environment
Climate Change Impacts on the Historic Environment: Assessing the Risk and Taking Action
This one day seminar will bring together heritage organisations from across the UK to showcase work being undertaken to identify and quantify risks from climate change, and to share best practice.
Friends of the Earth Scotland 40th Anniversary Ceilidh
With room for 300 dancers, we’ll have a full ceilidh with three hours of dances and calling by Hud Yer Wheesht as well as local support acts (details to be announced soon).
Good Food Nation Activists Network - 1st Meeting
This Spring might well be the most exciting time for Scottish food policy in a generation. The Scottish Food Coalition's Kitchen Table Talks campaign is in full swing, and the Scottish Government is expected to start consulting on the Good Food Nation Bill in the next few months.
Cycling and the Tram Extension Public Meeting
The Council is drawing up plans to extend Edinburgh Tram
to Leith, Ocean Terminal and Newhaven
Friends of the Earth Scotland's Spring Activist Gathering
WWF's Earth Hour shows us how each of us can be heroes for our planet, our home. Our actions today can change our tomorrow - together, let's #ChangeClimateChange
The Paris Agreement: Today And Tomorrow
In 2016, the UK became the 111th country to ratify the Paris climate agreement, which aims to avoid the most devastating effects of climate change by cutting carbon emissions.
Cabaret of Dangerous Ideas: Tackling Climate Change
Join us for this stimulating panel discussion, where we will explore the impact we have on the environment around us.
A Very Short Introduction to...Oceans
Oceans are hugely important – as a source of food and mineral wealth, as homes for a vast variety of wildlife, and for the role they play in climate regulation.