Gate Church Carbon Saving Project presents: Climate Conversations. On May 31st we will gather to chat about what a future low carbon Scotland will look like, giving you the chance to feed back to the Scottish Government about the changes you would like to see. The event will be held in the Coffee Bar downstairs, the easiest way to enter is from the side door on Greenfield Place. Due to the nature of this event, spaces are limited, so please book your FREE tickets soon to avoid disappointment! If you'd like to know more, read below...
The Scottish Government has developed a project - Scotland 2030 - to communicate a vision of a future low carbon Scotland, translating the Scottish Government’s low carbon ambitions into a picture of how your average day might be in a low carbon future. Scotland 2030 includes looking at how we heat our homes and the energy we use, the way we get around, and the food we eat and the goods and services we consume, in a rural, suburban and city setting. The Climate Conversations event will include a discussion about ways the local community can reduce the emissions that cause climate change, and prepare for a changing climate. Feedback from these conversations will support a better understanding of what people feel about the actions needed to cope with climate change.
David Gunn, Climate Challenge Fund Manager for Keep Scotland Beautiful commented:
“Scotland is at the forefront of action on climate change and feedback from this local discussion will support the Scottish Government to develop a better understanding of what people feel about the actions needed to cope with climate change”.