Historic Environment Scotland’s free apps help you plan your adventures in Scotland and explore their sites in a new, interactive way. Check out the recently launched Climate Change Explorer app that allows users to discover how unique historic places in Edinburgh’s World Heritage Site are being impacted by the climate [...]
The Marine Conservation Society's online sessions are delivered remotely by staff and education-trained volunteers free of charge. This session is aimed at ages 7-11 and explores some of the fascinating underwater habitats found here in the UK like seagrass, maerl and kelp. You'll look at where they can be found around [...]
TCV Scotland's latest Funding Update provides information on further sources of grants to support community and environmental projects. TCV have also highlighted Scotland's Climate Festival Seed Fund for Community Events. The Scottish Government is providing grants of up to £500 for voluntary and community groups to organise festivals and community [...]
Training dates are now available for the Spring term on the Eco-schools webpage. Keep an eye out on the webpages for the new CPD Course for Early Years and Primary Schools: Environmental Crisis & Climate Action.
This statement (5 November 2021) shares the Co-Chairs conclusions and the eight commitments made for addressing climate change at the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow 2021. In summary, ‘Learn for our planet, Act for the climate’.
This article in the Conversation (1 December 2021) highlights the gloomy news that house martin, swift and greenfinch have joined the red list of the UK’s most endangered birds. The data on the UK’s breeding and wintering birds reflects the work led by thousands of citizen scientists, environmental charities and [...]