Climate Challenge Fund Awards shortlist announced
We were very pleased to receive 25 nominations for the CCF Awards, with nominations coming from CCF Projects themselves and a variety of third party organisations. The level of nominations was of a high standard across the board and we thank all those that entered and congratulate all the shortlisted nominees.
You can view the shortlisted nominees below and find out more about their projects on the CCF Awards webpages.
Calder and Gryffe Community Project, Local Energy Action Plan, Renfrewshire
Communities for Conservation, Edinburgh and Lothians Regional Equality Council, City of Edinburgh
Talking About Climate Change, Greener Kirkcaldy, Fife
Big Wheels Keep on Turning, Tweeddale Youth Action, Scottish Borders
CATCA Creates Climate Challenge Champions, Communities Along the Carron Association, Falkirk
Green Futures Project, SCOREscotland (Strengthening Communities for Race Equality Scotland), City of Edinburgh
Westburn CAN, WHALE Arts, City of Edinburgh
Local Food for Local People, Tagsa Uibhist and Cothrom, Western Isles
Tayport Community Garden, Tayport Community Trust – PLANT gardening Group, Fife
R:evolve Recycle, Lightburn Elderly Association Project, South Lanarkshire
SHRUB, Swap & Reuse Hub, The Swap and Reuse Hub (SHRUB) Cooperative, City of Edinburgh
(Still) too good to waste, Greener Kirkcaldy, Fife
Award Panel Choice
Chinese Climate Change Project, Chinese Community Development Partnership (CCDP), Glasgow City
Embedding North Glasgow’s Green Legacy, North Glasgow Housing Association, City of Glasgow
LED Energy Community, Tighean Innse Gall, Western Isles
The winners of each of the categories will be announced at the CCF Awards evening which will take place at Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh on Wednesday 1 November. Due to exceptional demand tickets are now fully booked. If you still wish to attend the awards evening please join the CCF Awards Waitlist and we will notify you if a space becomes available.
23 October 2017