In 2019, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon declared a climate emergency and annouced that Scotland would be net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2045. Fife Council followed suit later the same year. Reaching these targets will require a huge transformation in Fife’s communities.
Greener Kirkcaldy has been helping local people do their bit to tackle climate change since we started in 2009. All of our projects and activities aim to increase awareness of, and support people to tackle, the Climate Emergency, but we also deliver projects, events and activities specifically aimed at engaging our community to take climate action. We deliver activities in Kirkcaldy and Fife-wide through our partnership work.
Our climate action activities are funded by the National Lottery Community Fund’s Climate Action Fund.
Media Volunteer Liam celebrates the importance of wetlands as a habitat and role they play in tackling climate change.