People living or working in the Cairngorms National Park are being invited to attend free climate emergency workshops.
A series of free workshops is being offered by environmental charity Keep Scotland Beautiful from September to November 2022 to help people who live or work in the Cairngorms National Park learn what the climate emergency means for the area, find out how they can take action, and have their say on what sustainable communities look like.
Keep Scotland Beautiful is delighted to be partnering with the Cairngorms National Park Authority to deliver online and in-person Climate Conscious Communities workshops as part of the Park Authority’s Heritage Horizons: Cairngorms 2030 programme. The workshops have received funding through The National Lottery Heritage Fund thanks to money raised by National Lottery players.
Participants at the 2.5-hour workshops will learn what the climate emergency means for Cairngorms National Park in terms of impacts, risks and opportunities. And they’ll find out what’s being done to combat climate change across the area as well as learning more about Climate Conscious actions they can take as individuals, communities and businesses.
The workshops will also provide opportunities for people to have their say on climate change - from what a Climate Conscious Cairngorms looks like for communities, businesses and individuals - through to identifying barriers, challenges and support required to take climate action.
Book free spaces at the online and in-person workshops throughout September, October and November on Eventbrite.