Community Ownership Electric Roadshow

This winter, as Community Land Scotland celebrate 100 Years of Community Ownership, they will be packing up their campervan, stocking up on cakes and coffee, and visiting communities across the Northeast of Scotland and Tayside to share inspiring stories of community ownership. Over the course of one week in February, they will meet with groups in Angus, Stirling, Dundee, and Aberdeen.

The Scottish Government is proposing to make new laws around the heating systems that can be used in homes and places of work, which will help Scotland reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and reach its legal binding ‘net zero’ targets.

Huts and Hutting Session with Donald McPhillimy

Huts and Hutting Session with Donald McPhillimy

6th March 2024 – 10-11.30am  

  • What’s the difference between a hut, a shed, a pod, a caravan and a bothy? 

  • Would you like to know more about the Thousand Huts campaign? 

  • What’s the future for huts in Scotland? 

There is still tme to take part in the Proposals for a Heat in Buildings Bill: Consultation, which closes on the 8 March 2024.

Businesses and marine organisations in Scotland’s coastal communities will benefit from £14 million in grants from the Marine Fund Scotland 2023-24.

A total of 91 projects, with grants ranging from just under £1,000 up to £1.6 million, will support innovation and sustainable practices for the marine economy, including work to reduce carbon emissions. Projects include:

Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (ARC), NatureScot and the Amphibian & Reptile Groups of the UK (ARGUK) are looking for support from farmers, land managers, land owners and crofters across Scotland with completion of a Scottish Adder Survey!

Net Zero Scotland Projects Conference

As we recover from the impact of the pandemic on our lives and livelihoods, we know that it will not be enough to go back to the way things were before. The science is clear, we know that human activity is changing our climate and that this will have a devasting impact on human lives, the economy, and the natural world – ranging from the extinction of some species and the melting of ice caps to extreme weather patterns threatening our homes, businesses, and communities.

SCN120224 North Scotland: Rewilding and Restoration

The north of Scotland has some of the most interesting and ambitious landscape-scale restoration and rewilding projects in the UK.

Join IEMA for a webinar where we showcase some of the great work being done in the region and offer the opportunity for questions and knowledge sharing.

Young people with a passion for climate and nature are being asked to come forward and help transform Scotland’s first National Park into a thriving, sustainable place for future generations.