Organise an Event

As a community-led and community-organised festival, your event is an integral part in making the Climate Fringe Festival a success. 

We have put together some resources to help you in this process. Join us in making the Climate Fringe Festival the largest community-led event for climate that Scotland has seen. Upload your event now!

How can I get involved?

Plan your Event

1. Plan your Event

All you have to do is to organise an event, activity or action in your community throughout September.

A focus on Climate, Community & Justice is key – from talks to workshops, from art installations, to performances, to actions. It can be in-person, online or both.

2. Use the Climate Fringe Festival Logo

Add the Climate Fringe logo on any communications about your event – images, posters, social media posts, digital flyers, etc.

Climate Fringe Logo
Add to the Calendar

3. Add your event to our Calendar

Use our event uploader to add your event to our calendar. The event uploader will help you list all relevant information to promote your event.

Don’t forget to select ‘climate fringe festival’ and use our logo in your event image!

4. Stay Connected

Keep in touch! Check out what other resources we have available for event organisers.

And don’t forget to tag @climatefringe on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook and to use #climatefringefestival when posting about your event.

Stay connected

 Please read our event moderation guidelines.

If you have any questions or need any support organising or submiting an event, feel free to reach us at [email protected].

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Organising an Event

Unsure where to start? There are many ways to get involved!

Below you’ll find some ideas for events and things to consider when organising your event.

Organisers Guide
Other Resources

There are plenty of resources and guides out there to help you organise your event and and give you ideas if you are not sure how to best engage your community.

Great Big Green Week Organisers Guide – our sister organisation down south has put this handy guide on how to organise your own local event.

Great Big Green Week A-Z of Event Ideas – another great resource by the Great Big Green Week to give you ideas for some great events.

You can find Great Big Green Week Resources here.


We want to make the Climate Fringe as inclusive as possible. We ask that you consider how you can make your event actively accessible to all.

Our Organisers Guide already touches some key things to consider regarding accessibility. Below you’ll find a few other helpful resources.

Doing Hybrid Events Cheaply and Easily – this great guide by Criptic Arts has great advice on how to organise an event that engages both an online and in-person audience.

Venues and Accessibility Seeds for Change have a great guide on things to consider regarding the accessibility of your venue.

Event Plannining Guide – here’s another good guide by the Equality and Human Rights Comission with more things to consider when planning an event with accessibility in mind.

Planning Neuro-inclusive Events – this great article by Lisa Jade Hutchings is a good place to start to learn about neuro-inclusivity and to think on ways to make your event more accessible to those that are neurodivergent.

Neurodiversity & Sensory-friendly Event Guide – another great guide to help you organise a neuro-inclusive event.


Check out our Comms Pack for Event Organisers for guidance, resources and tools for promoting your event. Read the Google Doc here.

Get in Touch

If you need any help organising your event, uploading it to the Climate Fringe or just want to get in touch please email [email protected]