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Welcome to our new Community Activator

We are delighted to welcome our new Community Activator to the team. We are hosting the Glasgow Community Food Network post and they will be working on the Food and Climate Action project funded by the National Lottery Fund.

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Author: Neil Lovelock

Gasification plant planning appeal dismissed by Scottish Ministers

Scottish Ministers have finally made a decision on the gasification plant planning appeal. Following significant delays Ministers have dismissed the appeal and rejected the planning application.

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Author: Neil Lovelock

Bike repairs booking information

Glasgow Eco Trust's De'ils On Wheels community bike workshop is offering bike repairs and servicing during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. You will need to book an appointment. The workshop remains closed to the public.

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Author: Neil Lovelock

Led cycle rides

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.

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Author: Neil Lovelock

Case study - adult led cycle ride no 1

The first in a series of case studies from our adult led cycle rides which we deliver as part of the Glasgow Community Cycling Network

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Author: Neil Lovelock

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

Glasgow Urban Nature map launched

The Glasgow Urban Nature map is here! It shows Glasgow as a city of nature, bringing its green and blue spaces to the fore - its parks, woodlands, playing fields, nature reserves and rivers. It shows open space rather than roads and buildings.

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Author: Neil Lovelock

Growing your own food

This section provides people with advice and information about growing their own food including growing food in containers and small spaces. It also includes advice on how to avoid food waste.

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Author: Liz Dorward

COVID-19 Information for community organisations

Useful sources of information for community organisations during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic

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Author: Liz Dorward

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

Play the Glasgow Community Lottery and support our work

Glasgow Community Lottery is a new, fun way to raise money for Glasgow Eco Trust, whilst giving you the chance to win the £25,000 jackpot every week!

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Author: Neil Lovelock

Latest News

  • Welcome to our new Community Activator

    We are delighted to welcome our new Community Activator to the team. We are hosting the Glasgow Community Food Network post and they will be working on the Food and Climate Action project funded by the National Lottery Fund. Read more

  • Glasgow Urban Nature map launched

    The Glasgow Urban Nature map is here! It shows Glasgow as a city of nature, bringing its green and blue spaces to the fore - its parks, woodlands, playing fields, nature reserves and rivers. It shows open space rather than roads and buildings. Read more

  • Gasification plant planning appeal dismissed by Scottish Ministers

    Scottish Ministers have finally made a decision on the gasification plant planning appeal. Following significant delays Ministers have dismissed the appeal and rejected the planning application. Read more

Latest events

  • Led cycle ride Sat 17 Apr 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. All rides will follow Scottish Government guidance for the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Read more

  • Led cycle ride Sat 17 Apr Clydebank

    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. All rides will follow Scottish Government guidance for the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Read more

  • Led cycle ride Tue 20 Apr Scotstoun

    Glasgow Eco Trust led cycle rides for adults as part of our Active Travel programme. The rides are open to anyone over 18 (you must live within the City of Glasgow boundaries) but aimed at people who are looking to improve their cycling and want to explore the local area. All rides will follow Scottish Government guidance for the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Read more