Climate action hubs

June 2022

NH&I Climate Hub June 2022 newsletter

This and subsequent Hub newsletters will be available under the News tab on the menu.

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North Highlands and Islands Climate Hub website


May 2022

NH&I Climate Hub May 2022 newsletter

The North Highlands & Islands Climate Action Hub team are delighted to have you join us in a more climate friendly 2022. It has been a busy couple of months here at the Hub and we’re excited to share some updates with you! In this newsletter we’ll talk about the Highland Climate Festivals, membership of the Hub, featured events and more ways to keep in touch with us. 

Featured Event            Friday 13 May 2.00

The North Highlands & Islands Climate Action Hub are excited to invite you along to our Highland Climate Festival Information Event!
Come along and hear from the Hub about the funding opportunities available to host a celebration within your community from the 25th June - 3rd of July within the inaugural Highland wide climate festival.

We will talk about how the climate festival is shaping up so far, with some exciting launches planned for the week of the festival. You can find out about how our development officers can support community celebrations and what kind of events we can publish in the climate festival programme.

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March 2022

From the Community-led climate action climate action section of a recent Scottish Government policy document

Community climate action hubs 

We are building a network of regional community climate action hubs to provide a more strategic regional approach to climate change action.  This network of regional hubs will be spread across Scotland - two pathfinder hubs, one in the North Highlands led by Thurso Community Development Trust and one in the North East led by the NESCAN Hub (North East Scotland Climate Action Network), were launched in September 2021. 
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The hubs will provide support in their local areas, helping groups to take advantage of community funding opportunities, and reducing the administrative burden on projects.  The hubs will also facilitate better networking, ensuring a joined-up approach is being taken to tackling climate change at a regional level. 

More about Thurso CDT

North Highlands and Islands Climate Hub website

More about Aberdeen Climate Action / NESCAN

NESCAN Hub website




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