Take part in Climate Week - 18 September
Taking place from 18-22 September Climate Week 2017 is a Scottish Government campaign to raise awareness of, and inspire action on, climate change.
The aim of Climate Week is to get organisations across Scotland hosting one – or several – events that highlight the importance of reducing emissions and adapting to a changing climate.
Climate Week presents a great opportunity to engage and inspire your colleagues or the public. Whether you run one event or several, you’ll find out what people think, get some conversation going and enable further climate friendly actions.
A number of organisations running projects through the Scottish Government's Climate Challenge Fund are taking part in Climate Week, including Edinburgh and Lothians Equality Council (ELREC). On 21 September, ELREC will be hosting an Autumn Celebration between 5-8pm at the Ukrainian Club in Edinburgh. The event features the world-renowned Syrian guitarist Ayman Jarjour, and there will be eco stalls and games, upcycling activities, and smoothie and electric bikes to try out.
Find out more about Climate Week, register your event and view organisations already taking part on the Climate Week webpages.
08 September 2017