Glasgow Eco Trust has been selected as one of The Co-operative's local Good Causes to raise money from the Co-operative membership towards the work we do. Read more
Glasgow Eco Trust is sponsoring four University of Strathclyde MEng Electrical and Mechanical Engineering students final year project designing and building a prototype of a beach cleaning robot Read more
Glasgow Eco Trust is taking part in the Terra Cycle UK oral care recycling programme for all oral care products and packaging including toothbrushes and empty toothpaste tubes
Check out our pedal powered generators which can be used to power a range of electrical appliances, the most popular of which is the blender to make pedal powered smoothies.
You can report a range of environmental issues such as litter, dog fouling, graffiti, fly posting and fly tipping (illegally dumping waste) to the Glasgow City Council's Environmental Task Force by phone, email, online, via social media and your SmartPhone
Glasgow Eco Trust is working with local organisations on a neighbourhood survey about the impact of Scotstoun Stadium, the home of Glasgow Warriors, on the local community.
Glasgow Eco Trust has put together this online MindMap about everything 'cycling' in the G postcode area.
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.
Scotland's first ever Low Emission Zone (LEZ) came into force from 1 January 2019 in Glasgow City Centre . The LEZ is an important milestone for improving air quality. Read more
Former professional mountain bike rider and co-founder of the Adventure Syndicate, Lee Craigie, has been appointed as the new Active Nation Commissioner for Scotland. Read more
Glasgow Connectivity Commission recently published Connecting Glasgow - Creating an Inclusive, Thriving, Liveable City, which is the first of two reports it is scheduled to publish. Read more
Glasgow Eco Trust led cycle rides for adults as part of our Active Travel programme. The rides are open to anyone over 18 but aimed at people who are looking to improve their cycling and want to explore the local area. Read more
Play Together On Pedals free 2 hour drop-in session. Bikes and helmets are provided and your child will be supported to have fun learning to ride a bike. Read more
Glasgow Eco Trust six week drop-in volunteer session at the Heart of Scotstoun Community Centre Green Garden Project. Read more