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52 Climate Actions

If you're thinking "What can I actually do about climate change?", 52 Climate Actions offers one simple answer: commit yourself to positive action right now. The actions are both powerful and realistic for individuals and communities. A wide variety of actions have been selected and they’ve tried to ensure they are up-beat, positive, and fun.

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Author: Neil Lovelock

Petition to reinstate the No 4 bus service to Knightswood

The local community in Knightswood and Jordanhill has set up a petition to call to re-instate the First Bus Glasgow number 4 bus route all the way to Knightswood.

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Author: Neil Lovelock

An action packed Action Earth volunteer day

In October Glasgow Eco Trust hosted an action packed Action Earth volunteer day at Heart of Scotstoun Green Garden. We had nearly 40 volunteers come along to join in the event and make a real difference to the Green Garden.

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Author: Neil Lovelock

Toothbrush Recycling Programme

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

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Author: Neil Lovelock

Scotstoun Stadium neighbourhood survey

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.

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Author: Neil Lovelock

Revolve reuse centre re-accreditation success

Glasgow Eco Trust's De'ils On Wheels community bike workshop has successfully completed the Revolve Reuse re-accreditation process. Revolve accreditation demonstrates our commitment to quality and Revolve accredited stores are the first choice for second hand.

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Author: Neil Lovelock

The difference we make

This section provides an overview of the impact that we have on local people, local communities and the planet

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Bike donations needed

De'ils On Wheels, our community bike workshop, is running low on adult and youth bikes. Any donations of unwanted bikes will be much appreciated.

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Author: Neil Lovelock

Room to Reward our Community Green Team volunteers

Our Community Green Team volunteers have done an amazing job this year and we are always looking for ways to thank them for their contribution to the work that we do. Which is why we signed up to Room to Reward charity which matches unsold hotel rooms with hidden heroes.

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Author: Neil Lovelock

Our impact

916

donated bikes refurbished and sold on in the past 5 years

6000

hours of time contributed by over 300 volunteers in the past 4 years

686

pedal powered smoothies made since April 2018

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Latest News

  • Petition to reinstate the No 4 bus service to Knightswood

    The local community in Knightswood and Jordanhill has set up a petition to call to re-instate the First Bus Glasgow number 4 bus route all the way to Knightswood. Read more

  • Adam Smith Economic Society partnership

    Glasgow Eco Trust is delighted to be working in partnership with the Adam Smith Economic Society (ASES) at the University of Glasgow looking at ways they can reduce their environmental impact. Read more

  • 52 Climate Actions

    If you're thinking "What can I actually do about climate change?", 52 Climate Actions offers one simple answer: commit yourself to positive action right now. The actions are both powerful and realistic for individuals and communities. A wide variety of actions have been selected and they’ve tried to ensure they are up-beat, positive, and fun. Read more

Latest events

  • Led cycle ride 1 Feb Knightswood

    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

  • Learn to Ride (Adults) 2 Feb

    Our Learn to Ride sessions provide a 30 minute 1-on-1 learning experience for adults new to cycling or returning after a long absence. Bikes and helmets are provided. Booking in advance is required. Read more

  • Led cycle ride 04 Feb Scotstoun

    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

  • Led cycle ride 08 Feb Whiteinch

    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