CCF Climate Conversation Heroes


These heroes have got people in their community talking about climate change. They have helped the uninformed to understand and the disengaged to take action.

Kathleen Gray, Gardening Volunteer and Community Blogger with Tayport Community Garden: Carbon Conversations, Fife

Kathleen has volunteered at Tayport Community Garden as a gardener and blogger and has appeared in Tayport's grow-your-own videos.

Kathleen has also supported Carbon Conversation workshops and regularly starts conversations about climate change with others. Her blogging about her own journey towards a low carbon lifestyle reaches a significant number of the Tayport community.

"Kathleen provides a great and highly visible example of the positive impact Carbon Conversations can have on people’s lives" - Kaska Hempel, Tayport Community Garden.

Find out more about Tayport Community Garden here.

An-Dràsta! film makers, volunteers with Community LED by Energy Champions, Western Isles

A group of young people gave up time in their summer holidays to make a film about climate change and the Western Isles. After taking part in film making training, they were involved in planning, interviewing, recording and editing the film.

All of the young people have increased their knowledge of climate change. The group have also planned and hosted the film premiere and are involved in the ongoing promotion of the film.

Watch An-Dràsta! here.

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