This event raises awareness of the climate emergency and how eating locally and seasonally can help the environment. It also discusses the benefits of eating more plant based meals and invitation to make a pledge to take action on climate change. Plate up for Fife: Reducing your carbon foodprint (local food) Suggested length of session […]
This event promotes local environmental opportunities and education on climate action. Think global, act local. It uses practical local action to plant trees with the opportunity to attract new active volunteers. Community tree planting Suggested length of session 1.5 to 3 hrs (adaptable to your needs) Audience Entire local community, especially physically capable Maximum number […]
This event is about engagement with nature through storytelling and art. Participants use stories and their imaginations to work out what we can all do to better take care of the people and places we love. And the planet. Suggested length of session 2 – 2.30 hrs Audience Community, Children and young people/families Maximum number […]
Making the changes stick: Some tops tips to make climate friendly behaviours part of your routine. Making new habits part of your routine is difficult. The tips below are useful; for the Big Five as well as other climate friendly behaviours, and can even be used to help with healthy eating, exercise routine and many […]
This event is for carnivores looking to incorporate a few vegetarian dishes into their weekly meals. The session provides carbon emission information on meat vs plant-based diets and how to cook vegetarian recipes. Suggested length of session 1.5 hrs (adaptable to your needs) Audience All (Community, Young, Public Sector, Business) Maximum number of people No […]
This zoom workshop is about how to be more climate friendly with your cooking, specifically around food waste. There’s a lovely video recipe included! Hosted by EATS Rosyth as part of Climate Action Fife. Plate up for Fife: Reducing your carbon foodprint (food waste) Suggested length of session 1.5 hrs (adaptable to your needs) Audience […]
Jane from Clear shares some refreshing foods you can have when the weather is warm in her latest blog.
Greener Kirkcaldy’s Sessional Worker Jackie talks about what went on in July at Ravenscraig Walled Garden in her latest blog.
With 100 days to go until COP26, Greener Kirkcaldy’s Media Volunteer Barbara explains everything you need to know before this November’s event.
Greener Kirkcaldy’s Community Food Team Manager Ger shares a Garlic Scape Tempura recipe in her latest blog.