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Climate Snapshots

Six community-led organisations provided a snapshot of their completed Climate Challenge project.

About Climate Snapshots

The Climate Snapshots have become a regular feature of the CCF Gathering – we give CCF Projects 6 minutes and 6 Powerpoint Slides to tell us about their projects. 

This year the Climate Snapshots showcased and celebrated how CCF projects work collaboratively, link up with agencies, mentor each other, develop partnerships to be more effective and share knowledge and resources.

A facilitated discussion followed with questions and opinions from the floor welcomed.

You can download a copy of all the presentations from the 2017 Climate Snapshots here.

Climate Snapshots at the 2017 CCF Gathering

You can watch the Climate Snapshots session from the 2017 Gathering via the video content to the left. We thank all the community-led organisations that contributed to the session.

Working collaboratively

Lairg and District Learning Centre and Kyle of Sutherland Development Trust talked about how they have worked collaboratively to support each others’ CCF projects.

Developing multiple partnerships

LEAP Renfrewshire talked about how they have developed strong partnerships with a range of organisations in their community to increase the reach and impact of their CCF projects.

Working with a national agency 

SCOREScotland have worked effectively with Home Energy Scotland to deliver outreach work for their CCF funded activities and talked about the benefits of this relationship.

A local mentor

Forth Environment Link and Tullibody Healthy Living talked about the benefits of their working relationship in which Forth Environment Link has acted as a mentor to Tullibody Healthy Living.

Sharing expertise

South Seeds talked about how they are working to share their expertise and knowledge on subjects such as carrying out Home Energy Audits. 

A Strong Network

Nari Kallyan Shangho talked about their involvement in the CCF Ethnic Minority Network, making links to CCF Projects, other organisations and participating in a joint end-of-project celebration event.