Climate Week may be over but there's still plenty you can do to help Scotland tackle the climate emergency.
What is it?
Since 2016, Climate Week has raised awareness of ways we can take action to reduce our emissions and encourage Scots to take action to tackle the global climate emergency. Over the last four years the growth of Scotland’s Climate Week has reflected the increasing interest in climate change, and despite the restrictions of coronavirus, there’s still lots that can be done to make a difference.
See what actions you can take to help tackle the climate emergency.
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