Communities

Communities - Make a difference on your doorstep

Communities

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Every little bit you do to contribute to improving your own environment will help Glasgow in our fight to become one of the most Sustainable cities in Europe within the next 10 years.


Glasgow's Green Champions


Become a green champion for Glasgow. We want to use your projects and any tips you have about how your are making a difference on your doorstep. Are you as an individual or part of a group or at your work making great strides to be greener? Let us know. Email us your stories and pictures to enquiries@sustainableglasgow.org.uk

Inspiring Communities


Click here to learn about what local people across Glasgow are already doing to make their city greener and healthier.

Education

Glasgow's Green Schools

From making your school greener both inside and outside and throughout the curriculum learning about climate change actions for children, parents and teachers, there are many ways schools in Glasgow are making a difference.


As models of good practice, they offer young people the chance to contribute to sustainable living and demonstrate good practices to others.

The Eco-Schools international award programme guides schools on their sustainable journey, providing a framework to help embed these principles into the heart of school life.

Children are the driving force behind Eco-Schools - they lead the eco-committee and help carry out an audit to assess the environmental performance of their school.

Eco Schools is proving incredibly popular, with 302 schools registered in the programme.

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Universities and Colleges

Universities and colleges in the west of Scotland are training the highly skilled professionals needed urgently by industry, developing world-class research that's making an impact, and working with businesses and organisations to translate research into practice.

Click here to learn about what universities and colleges across Glasgow are already doing to make their city greener and healthier.