Plate Up for Fife (2 part workshop): Tuesday 26th October & Tuesday 2nd November, 6pm-8pm (free) Leading up to COP26, we all want to do our bit to help tackle the climate emergency. Every bit of carbon saved is vital and there is plenty to be done in the kitchen! Our Plate Up for Fife […]
Pauline from Climate Action Fife delivery partner Clear, shares some top tips for getting the most from your fruit bushes. Although this blog may be late in arriving on to your screens, the soft fruit never fails to deliver. I hope you have all had a lovely summer and have eaten many seasonal fruits throughout […]
We run this event with groups of people who are not (yet) engaged in climate change. It is designed as an introduction to thinking about, and talking about, climate change.
The Climate Action Fife team has developed this guide to help you start climate conversations in your community. It’s based on our own experience, and on the research and resources created by experts in the field.
We are looking to hear from community groups who want to get the conversation about the climate emergency going, but who need a bit of support to do so.
In February 2021 Greener Kirkcaldy held an inspiring event with guest speaker Marcus Stitz, founder of Bikepacking Scotland. This case study shares what we learned.