View videos and case studies and learn more about Climate Challenge Fund projects across Scotland.
Find out more about the Climate Challenge Fund (CCF) and how it's helped community-led organisations across Scotland take local action on climate change over the last decade.
Watch the uplifting short film about the VeloCommunities CCF project, run by Bike for Good in Glasgow. The project is widening access to cycling and helping the city become more sustainable. VeloCommunities is the 1,000th project to be supported by the CCF.
Filmed and edited by young people during the summer of 2019, An-Dràsta! examines how the climate emergency is affecting the Western Isles. It is also a plea from our young people to protect our shared futures. The film was produced as part of the Community LED by Energy Champions project. This initiative is run by Urras Oighreachd Ghabhsainn and Urras Oighreachd Chàrlabhaigh and funded by the Climate Challenge Fund, with additional support from Bòrd na Gàidhlig and Highlands & Islands Enterprise.
Greener Kirkcaldy won the Outstanding Contribution category at the 2018 CCF Awards. They have run nine CCF projects to help their community reduce local carbon emissions and have developed capacity to take action on climate change as an organisation, in the local community and Fife-wide. Find out more about Greener Kirkcaldy's current CCF project, Zero Waste Kirkcaldy here.
Further videos and case studies are organised by theme of project.