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Our Podcast

Welcome to our podcast: Green Talk. On this podcast we will talk about the challenges Scotland faces to make our beautiful country clean, green and sustainable, and highlight some of the action being taken in response. You can listen here, or on your favourite podcast platform.

 

Episode 1 show notes

In this, our first episode, our policy and communications officer, Lewis Bloss, talks to Alastair Seaman and Tim Mullens about our work to tackle climate change in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Both Alastair and Tim are part of our climate change team, and work on a range of climate change initiatives, including the Scottish Government's Climate Challenge Fund.

They talk about how the climate change team has had to adapt the way it works, embracing home working and virtual meetings, the challenges and great work going on within community groups across Scotland who are taking action to tackle climate change, as well as what a 'green recovery' might look like for Scotland. They also talk about some of the surprising positives that have come out of the lockdown.

Websites mentioned:

The Climate Challenge Fund: www.keepscotlandbeautiful.org/climatechallengefund

Climate change training for communities: www.keepscotlandbeautful.org/ccfclimatechange

Climate change training for organisations: www.keepscotlandbeautiful.org/climate-change/climate-emergency-training/

The Scottish Government's Climate Change Plan: www.gov.scot/policies/climate-change/

Our Green Recovery - blog: www.keepscotlandbeautiful.org/blog/hope-for-the-environment-post-coronavirus/

Greener Scotland: www.greenerscotland.org/

The Carbon Literacy Project: https://carbonliteracy.com/

Climate Challenge Fund social channels:
Facebook
Twitter

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