Glasgow has been declared a Global Green City
In an online ceremony hosted this month, Glasgow was awarded Global Green City for 2020 by UN-affiliated organisation, the Global Forum on Human Settlements (GFHS).
Architecture and Design Scotland launch new report
On 6 October, Architecture and Design Scotland launched Designing for a Changing Climate: Creating Carbon Conscious Places. The report sets out proposals on how the planning of our settlements can contribute to the action needed to address the impacts of the climate emergency.
One year to COP26: A programme of events
The 26th UN Climate Change Conference is rescheduled to take place in November 2021, in Glasgow. With one year to go, SSN and many others are hosting events that mark the countdown to COP. We will continue to update the listings as we approach one year to COP!
Low Carbon Infrastructure Transition Programme (LCITP)
The Scottish Government has launched its Low Carbon Infrastructure Transition Programme (LCITP) funding call. The funding is aimed at stimulating and accelerating the delivery of low carbon energy opportunities, with applications open to private, public and community-led projects from Scotland's urban, rural, island and remote areas.