Free

Climate Challenge Fund Home Energy and Community Buildings Gathering - 2019

Event Information

Share this event

Date and Time

Location

Location

Agile City

Civic House

26 Civic Street

Glasgow

G4 9RH

United Kingdom

View Map

Event description

Description

The 2019 Home Energy and Community Buildings Gathering will bring together community-led organisations from all over Scotland who are working to reduce carbon emissions in their area by reducing energy use in homes and in community buildings.

Keep Scotland Beautiful invites community-led organisations who are actively involved, or interested in, taking action on climate change in their communities to what should be an interesting and inspiring day. The event has been organised as part of our management of the Scottish Government's Climate Challenge Fund.

The Scottish Government recently lodged an amendment to the Climate Change Bill to set a legally binding target of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2045. We will spend the day exploring what net zero carbon emissions means in relation to energy and the role Scotland's communities can play in helping us get there.

Morning session: What will a net zero carbon emissions look like in Scotland?

After hearing about what net zero will mean for Scottish households, we will hear from two community-led organisations that have been working to reduce carbon emissions relating to energy.

We will also hear from third party organisations on the support they can provide to community-led organisations.

Networking lunch

Over an extended lunch we will take a tour of Agile’s building and find out what energy efficiency measures they have installed as part of their CCF project.

Afternoon session 1: How do we get to net zero?

We’ll be discussing what steps we need to take to get to net-zero and what role Scottish communities can play in achieving this target.

Afternoon session 2: Shifting normal

Shifting Normal is a Scottish Government tool that was launched at the Climate Challenge Fund Gathering in 2015. The tool can be used by communities to design projects that change things for the better. We’ll be using the ‘Four Questions; Four Zones’ Framework from Shifting Normal to identify common opportunities and barriers for sustainable energy, linking in to priorities set out in the net-zero report.

Photography and video at this event

Please be aware that photographs and/or video footage may being taken at this event for future use by Keep Scotland Beautiful. By attending the event, participants are deemed to have given their consent to be filmed and photographed, and to any subsequent reproduction, public communication and/or broadcast of the material by Keep Scotland Beautiful and our partners. If you do not wish to be photographed or filmed, please inform a Keep Scotland Beautiful employee and everything possible will be done to avoid including you in any photograph or video footage taken.

Data Protection Act 2018

We will use the information you have given us to process your registration for this event and to send you communications about the event. We may share your details with selected partner organisations that support CCF applicants so they can send you communications about their support.

Share with friends

Date and Time

Location

Agile City

Civic House

26 Civic Street

Glasgow

G4 9RH

United Kingdom

View Map

Save This Event

Event Saved