Keep Scotland Beautiful is the charity that is committed to making Scotland clean, green and more sustainable.
Keep Scotland Beautiful has been campaigning to improve local environmental quality for over 50 years. Take a look at some of our favourites.
Keep Scotland Beautiful seeks to lead and shape policy at a Scottish, UK and International level. Find out more about our international activity.
Keep Scotland Beautiful has awarded 2,000 Green Flag Awards to Eco-Schools in Scotland making us a world leader in sustainable development education.
How we make a difference
Organisations supported to help improve their local places
Years tackling a wide range of environmental issues
Groups and individuals given a voice through our COP21 public consultation
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Clean Europe Network members fighting the scourge of litter
Of Scottish schools participate in the Eco-Schools programme
Tonnes of litter collected during our 2014/2015 clean up campaign
Sustainable Development Education
We provide education initiatives for children, young people and educators which focus on environmental issues to improve understanding and encourage positive action.
Local Environmental Quality
We provide advice and support to help create and maintain cleaner, safer and healthier local environments where people and communities can thrive.
Sustainability & Climate Change
We work with organisations and communities to help people to reduce carbon emissions, improve local areas and adapt to the impacts of climate change.
We provide bespoke environmental services such as audits, surveys and training to help businesses, public bodies and community groups to meet their environmental commitments and responsibilities.
Summary data from the first year of standardised climate change reporting.
Roadside Litter Campaign
One Planet Picnic
National Award for Environmental Excellence®
Visit us at Gardening Scotland 2 - 4 June 2017
Fife food project toasts success
Data Collection and Carbon Calculations
A beautiful Scotland is good for business
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