Glasgow Green Map for COP26

In the run up to COP26, Stop Climate Chaos Scotland and Glasgow Eco Trust teamed up to create a map Glasgow using the open source platform Green Maps. We’re mapping community resources and sustainable, locally run businesses so that those coming to COP26 get to truly experience Glasgow. We will direct delegates and activists to places to eat, shop and visit that bring value into local communities and make them feel welcome in our city.


We’re asking the Glasgow community to share their favourite, local places to the map. These could be cafes, zero waste shops, bike shops or community gardens. Post-COP26, this will create a legacy that can be built on by the community for an ever-greener Glasgow. 

Glasgow Green Map

You can use the search bar to highlight specific icons to search by  

How to add to the map

We need you to add to the map! Anyone can add a new point on the map – you don’t need to be signed up. Simply add your site to one of our campaigns: community gardens, local cafes, sustainable supermarkets, local bars & restaurants, green spaces, hidden gems, bike shops and water refill stations. When adding features to the map, please provide: the feature name, a short description, an image, a link to any website or social media and select the relevant icons.

Please spread the word on using the #GlasgowGreenMap hashtag! If there isn’t a campaign that suits, get in touch with Isobel

Please see the pdf or video tutorial below if you need instructions. 

Resources + instructions

If you’re not sure how to add to the map, you can read this pdf or watch this video tutorial

If you would like to add the Glasgow Green Map to your own website, please read this pdf. If you’re sharing on social media, don’t forget to use #GlasgowGreenMap

Get In Touch

If you have questions or would like to join the Green Maps volunteer team, get in touch with [email protected].