Climate Fringe Week
18-26 September 2021
During Climate Fringe Week we want to celebrate and support all the ways you can engage in climate activism; be that as part of an organisation, with your friends, family or wider community. With COP26 coming to Glasgow, this is a key time to bring about climate action and the Scottish voice should be louder than ever.
If you’re a a Scotland-based individual, group or organisation, why not take part in Climate Fringe Week. We want to celebrate and support all the amazing work that is already happening across the Scottish Climate Movement, whilst also giving people new to climate campaigning and action an easy way to get involved.
If you already have events planned we’d love to make them part of Climate Fringe Week, and we can help spread the word and get more people involved. If you want to organise something new there are loads of ideas in the toolkit below.
We look forward to hearing from you!
1. Connect with Us
We’d love to know that you are thinking of running an event as part of Climate Fringe Week – let us know by emailing Veronica@stopclimatechaos.scot so we can send you updates and connect you with our networking events.
2. Download the Toolkit
There are loads of ideas to get started and useful links in the toolkit.
3. Use the logo
Add the Climate Fringe Week logo to your event to make it look and feel part of the festival.
5. Look at our support fund
If you need funding to help realise your event we have funding to pay key expenses for creating events and activities for Climate Fringe Week.
If you are in Glasgow and want your event to be part of our special open week at the newly refurbished Kinning Park Complex, then get in touch.
6. Join our monthly information and networking sessions
Each month we will host an informative Q&A session for organisations interested in taking part in Climate Fringe Week.
Our Next Meeting is below
We run monthly networking and information events – sign up for the next one below.
In England and Wales
If you are in England and Wales then 18-26 September is Great Big Green Week. There will be myriad events and activities going on. Connect with Great Big Green Week here: