Our programme is targeted at small voluntary or community organisations based or delivering in Glasgow who would not otherwise have access to this expertise. We may support requests from other groups where space is available and at the discretion of the facilitator. You can check the eligibility criteria here
A ‘Climate for Change conversation’ is a one-off gathering to discuss climate change, the solutions to it, and the challenges facing us. It also enables us to act. We especially encourage you to attend if you are not sure where to start with this or its relevance to your own work.
This event lets you discuss how these issues affect you directly and develop relevant, positive changes. The voluntary sector has a lot of power, and we can accomplish a lot for Glasgow together, as well as lower our city’s contribution to the crisis.
We want to hear about the challenges you’ve faced, internally or externally, when addressing this topic. That way, we can share and co-create solutions.
The event is facilitated by Mary Troup, who is a climate reality project leader, SCCAN facilitator, and co-founder of Glasgow Quakers’ Climate Cafe.
Tea and Coffee will be provided.