Scotland's Climate Week (14 - 20 September 2020) is an annual event to highlight climate chaos and how we can address it.
The event highlights that, together, we can end Scotland’s contribution to climate change. It encourages organisations to take action to tackle climate change, and share their stories.
Climate Week provides an important opportunity for organisations and communities to showcase and share ideas about how they're tackling climate change. Despite the restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic, there’s still lots that can be done to take action and make a difference.
If you are interested in finding out how the organisations you work or volunteer with can become involved, check out the Climate Week Toolkit. This toolkit contains tips on how to market your ideas about reducing your organisation's environmental impact, how to engage employees and stakeholders and plenty of practical ideas for reducing your carbon footprint.
Personally, I don't feel the campaign is urgent enough on any level, but at least it gets people involved.
In other news, I'm delighted to have a haiku included in the latest Haiku Dialogue from the Haiku Foundation!