A new report published today shows trailblazing Scottish climate education projects building community action to tackle climate change - and highlights the different kinds of support needed by communities who want to take action.
The report is written by community educator Jamie Auldsmith (along with a team of SEAD staff and volunteers) and designed by Catalyst Campaigns for Scottish Education and Action for Development as part of their Switch On to Climate Change project. It showcases the work of groups including Going Carbon Neutral Stirling, PLANEspeaking, the John Muir Trust, EcoCongregations, the Transition Scotland network, Eco Schools and the Centre for Human Ecology.
Download the report 'Are we Switching On? Challenges and Opportunities for Climate Change Education' at www.sead.org.uk