Workshop recordings from CCF Gathering available online
Workshop recordings from the 2020 Climate Challenge Fund Gathering are available to watch online
The 2020 Gathering brought together more than 250 delegates from across Scotland representing Climate Challenge Fund (CCF) Grant Recipients, local community-led organisations, national organisations, NGO's and the Scottish Government. We were delighted to organise the Gathering as part of our management of the CCF on behalf of the Scottish Government.
The Gathering took place on 26 November as an interactive online event. We've provided a live webcast of the Gathering for several years, but this was the first time the entire event was delivered virtually.
Workshops included advice and inspiration on adapting activities to COVID-19, and how to take part in the green recovery. Further sesssions focussed on community-led adaptation in Scotland and the role of storytelling in community climate action.
Workshops recordings available online:
1. How the community growing sector can take part in a green recovery (Social Farms and Gardens Scotland)
2. How community travel projects are adapting to COVID-19 (Sustrans Scotland and Keep Scotland Beautiful)
3. How community energy projects are adapting to COVID-19 (Shetland Citizen’s Advice Bureau and Home Energy Scotland)
4. How community waste projects are adapting to COVID-19 (Zero Waste Scotland and ReMode)
5. How Climate Literacy activities are being delivered online (Arran Eco Savvy and Leith Community Crops in Pots)
6. Community-led adaptation in Scotland (Sniffer and Loch Ken Trust)
7. The role of storytelling in community climate action (Scottish Communities Climate Action Network )
We thank all the workshop presenters and attendees for taking an active part in learning, networking and sharing experience on tackling climate change.
You can view the recorded workshop sessions directly via the CCF Gathering webpages here.
The workshop recordings are in addition to the keynote and plenary sessions already available online via the CCF Gathering webpages.
22 December 2020