Climate Week 2017

Climate Week, which took place from 18-22 September 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.




A video from Scottish Government, highlighting some of the thinking behind establishing the Climate Week campaign. It also provides a taster of the events the Scottish Government organised for their Climate Week in 2015.

The following organisations took part in Climate Week 2017

2050 Climate Group

Aberdeen City Council

Aberdeen Multicultural Centre

Aberdeenshire Council

Aberlady Conservation & History Society

Abertay University

Adaptation Scotland

Amey Public Services


Argyll & Bute Health & Social Care Partnership

Balmuildy Primary School

Belville Community Garden Trust

Beyond Green Advisors Ltd.

Bright Green Business

Cairngorms National Park Authority

Cassiltoun Housing Association


Clackmannanshire Council

Climate Ready Clyde


Clyde Shopping Centre


Crofting Commission

Cumnock Action Plan

Dumfries and Galloway Council

Dundee City Council

East Ayrshire Council

East Lothian Council

East Sutherland Energy Advice Service


Eco Drama

Edinburgh and Lothians Regional Equality Council

Edinburgh & Lothians Greenspace Trust

Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation


Energy Saving Trust

Fairfield Sports Hub

Fife College

Fife Council

Food Standards Scotland

Gate Church Dundee

Glasgow Caledonian University's Centre for Climate Justice

Glasgow City Council

Glasgow East End Woodcraft Folk

Glasgow School of Art

Granton Parish Church

Greener Kirkcaldy

Historic Environment Scotland

Houston Primary School

Inspiring Hillside

Inverclyde Council

Keep Scotland Beautiful

Kinning Park Complex

Kirkcaldy Central Mosque

LAMH Recycle Ltd.

Learning for Sustainability Scotland

Local Energy Action Plan

Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park

Lochaber Environmental Group

Mearns Academy

National Green Standard Award


New Start Highland

NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

NHS National Services Scotland

NHS Tayside

ng homes (North Glasgow Housing Association)

North Ayrshire Council

North Lanarkshire Council


Permaculture Association

Perth & Kinross Council

Perth College UHI

Prism Alba Ltd.

Public & Commercial Services Union

Raasay Development Trust

Registers of Scotland

Re-Union Canal Boats

RIG Arts

RGU Go Green

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

RZSS Edinburgh Zoo



Scotland Food & Drink

Scotland TranServ

Scotland's 2020 Climate Group

Scottish Communities Climate Action Network

Scottish Enterprise

Scottish Fiscal Commission

Scottish Government

Scottish Housing Regulator

Scottish Legal Aid Board

Scottish Legal Complaints Commission

Scottish Natural Heritage

Scottish Parliament 


Scottish Qualifications Authority



Skills Development Scotland

South Lanarkshire College

South Seeds

Speyside High School


Stramash Outdoor Nursery

Strathclyde Partnership for Transport

Sustrans Scotland

Tagsa Uibhist

Tearfund Scotland

The Ecology Centre

The Highland Council

The Welcoming

Third Generation Project

Thurso Library

Transition Edinburgh

Transition Heriot-Watt

Transport Scotland

Tribe Porty

Tron St Mary's Church

University of Edinburgh

University of Strathclyde

University of Stirling

University of the West of Scotland

Voluntary Action East Renfrewshire

West College Scotland

West Dunbartonshire Council

West Lothian Council

William Tracey Limited

Williamsburgh Housing Association

Woodcraft Bruntsfield Pioneers Group

Woodfarm Education Centre

Zero Waste Scotland

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