This website is owned and operated by Stop Climate Chaos Scotland (SCCS). Please refer to the Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy when using this website. Specific terms and conditions for the events listing can be found below.

Events Moderation

(1.) The moderators reserve the right to remove or refuse an event which:

  • Is not organised or led by Civil Society (a).
  • Cannot be independently verified, or is not listed elsewhere online or in print.
  • Incites violence, hate speech, racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, heterosexism, ableism or xenophobia.
  • Condones or calls for illegal activity.
  • Is not linked to Environmental, Sustainability, Ecological, Climate Change, or Climate Justice issues.
  • Platforms major polluters, individuals or organisations that work against Climate Justice, breach Human Rights Law or Climate Law. 
  • Is otherwise considered unsuitable for the platform, at the moderators’ discretion.

In the case that an event is refused or removed from the platform, the moderators will endeavour to contact the event organiser to provide a reason. Where the decision to remove an event is contested, the moderators will refer the decision to an SCCS decision-making body. Please email [email protected] if you have a query.

Events Listing

(2.) SCCS is not responsible for any event listed on this site, unless otherwise stated. It cannot accept liability for activity during, or as a result of, any listed event. It is not responsible for the content of any talk, workshop, or event listed on the platform.

(3.) SCCS provides and lists content in good faith, but no guarantee or representation is given that the content is accurate, complete, or up-to-date. Use of content on the website is at your own risk.

(4.) The contact data, and in particular any business email addresses, are provided solely for the purpose of assisting consumers with customer service matters and other activities as indicated. They cannot be used to compile any contact or email lists, nor to use such addresses for marketing any product or service.

(5.) Information provided to us as part of listings is not subject to the Consumer Privacy Policy herein, and is managed as business contact data. This may include names, phone numbers, addresses, and email addresses of points of contact for an event or venue. In order to ensure the accuracy and completeness of our data, we may periodically communicate with such contacts. We may hold this data on a database for future use, and in this case would email the relevant contact in advance to confirm.

Working from the following definition of Civil Society: Any organisation of individuals or groups who are neither managed, nor led, by the State or incorporated businesses & companies, typically organised around a common interest or social purpose. Cooper, R. (2018). What is Civil Society, its role and value in 2018?.

  • Nick Cullen

    Nick is a past coordinator for the Climate Fringe platform and Climate Fringe Festival, working on strategy, website development and communications. He spent two years at SCCS in the lead up to COP26 and led on developing the Homestay Network, volunteering programme, COVID-19 safety, and many other aspects of logistics and operations in collaboration with the COP26 Coalition.