A map of community-led climate action
The interactive map on the CCF website shows a summary of all the currently funded CCF projects.
You can sort the projects by local authority, so you can clearly see what's happening in your local area, or by theme in case you're more interested in a particular topic such as energy, travel, food or waste.
The summary for each project also has links to websites and social media which is helpful for finding out what activities the project has planned.
During the Covid-19 pandemic projects supported by the Scottish Government's Climate Challenge Fund (CCF) continue to offer support to help people to take action to tackle climate change.
With physical events not an option, most projects have switched to online communications with a variety of webinars, one-to-one tutorials, recorded video, film showings and discussion sessions. Topics include food growing, clothing repair, home energy advice, cycle route planning and climate change discussion.
Additionally, some CCF projects are providing specific support to keyworkers or vulnerable members of their community during the Covid-19 pandemic.
View the interactive CCF map here.
You can also find out what activities CCF projects are currently running through Keep Scotland Beautiful and CCF social media channels:
- Scottish Climate Change Community Facebook Group - this is an interactive forum for everyone interested in building low carbon communities in Scotland to learn, share and be inspired. Members include staff from CCF projects past and present as well as other people involved in similar work. We’d love to see representatives from every CCF group here, sharing learning and supporting each other. Request to join the group here.
- CCF Facebook Page - this is where we post news via Facebook that is more CCF-specific. Please do like the page and follow us. Please Tag @ClimateChallengeFund and use #ClimateChallengeFund in your posts to help us share your news too.
- CCF Twitter – this is where we post news via Twitter that is more CCF-specific. Please do follow us. Please tag @CCFScot and use #ClimateChallengeFund in your Tweets and we’ll retweet your news
Keep Scotland Beautiful manages the CCF on behalf of the Scottish Government and we have staff that support applicants, Grant Recipients and other community-led organisations wanting to take action on climate change.
07 May 2020