Glasgow Eco Trust has been working with PAS Scotland as part of their Sustaining Choices 2022 programme. This support has allowed us to develop an Active Travel and Sustainable Transport plan for Whiteinch and Scotstoun.
Glasgow Eco Trust has launched an innovative fundraiser - a community flight donation scheme. People who have taken a flight recently can make a small donation to support our work on community led climate action.
Glasgow Eco Trust is delighted to support the new Better Buses for Strathclyde campaign which calls on Strathclyde Partnership for Transport to take Strathclyde buses back into public control. Please sign the petition.
Glasgow Eco Trust were delighted to work in partnership with Whiteinch and Scotstoun Housing Association on the new secure, ground floor cycle storage unit at 64 Curle Street in Whiteinch which was officially opened by Patrick Harvie, MSP for Glasgow.
Glasgow Eco Trust led cycle rides as part of our active travel programme. These are usually for adults but we also do family and children rides. These rides help people improve their cycle skills, explore the local area and meet other people.
De'ils on Wheels sells quality refurbished bicycles at affordable prices. As a Revolve certified store you can be assured we are the first choice for second hand.
Glasgow Eco Trust has compiled this MindMap of local stakeholders in the Ward 13 Garscadden/Scotstounhill and Ward 12 Victoria Park areas of Glasgow. This includes the neighbourhoods of Yoker, Scotstoun, Knightswood, Whiteinch, Thornwood, Broomhill and Jordanhill.
Glasgow Eco Trust runs a health walks programme as part of our active travel programme. The walks are open to anyone over 16 who wants to explore the local area, get fit and meet new people.
So you want to take action for people, place and planet? Well look no further you can make one or more of our Go Eco Glasgow eco pledges or you can create your own pledge!
It only takes a few minutes and you will add your voice and collectively we can and will make a difference for people, place and planet.
Glasgow Eco Trust has issued the following statement responding to the recent decision by Glasgow City Council NW Sector Partnership not to recommend us for funding from phase 2 of the Glasgow Communities Fund.