The Climate Challenge Fund (CCF) supports projects that aim to reduce carbon emissions in this area by encouraging members of their community to change their mode of transport to a lower carbon option. This means moving people away from traveling alone in cars to fuel efficient driving, lower emissions vehicles, lift sharing, public transport, or active travel like cycling and walking. Some projects focus on reducing the need to travel in the first place.
The links below detail organisations, resources and information that may be of use to anyone planning or running such a project.
Greener Scotland - Greener travel information and resources.
Cycling Scotland - the national cycle promotion organisation for Scotland. They can offer training courses, administer the Cycle Friendly Awards and run national events.
Energy Savings Trust can advise on sustainable transport. In particular through the Energy Savings Trust you can access free Fuel Efficient Driver Training.
Living Streets - is the UK charity for everyday walking.
Paths For All - If your project is working on increasing walking in your local community, they can provide advice, resources and support.
Sustrans Scotland - If your project is aiming to increase walking and cycling in your community, the website has a range of guidance and information sheets or you can contact your local Active Travel Officer.
Transport Scotland - The national transport agency for Scotland, delivering the Scottish Government's vision for transport.
Useful resources and guides
Living Streets has a number of projects and resources to encourage walking, particularly to school.
Making Car Sharing and Car Clubs Work - A Good Practice Guide from Department for Transport.
Car Club Development in Scotland - A Review from the Transform Scotland Trust.
Cycle Friendly Employer Award is a scheme run by Cycling Scotland.
Hands Up Scotland Survey is the largest national dataset to look at travel to school across Scotland and is produced annually by Sustrans.
Sustainable Travel smartphone apps - a list compiled by Stirling Cycle Hub.