As we approach the first anniversary of COP26, which was held in Glasgow last year, and the start of COP27 in Egypt come and join Glasgow Eco Trust and Scottish Communities Climate Action Network (SCCAN) for a community climate conversation to create the social and political will to address the climate emergency.

Most Scots are concerned about climate change, but are uncertain / overwhelmed and unsure how to respond. Social research shows that through conversations with people we trust we make sense of confusing information and decide what to do about it.

Our vision is a country in which climate action is a top priority. Community, businesses and government unite to make the courageous and urgent changes needed to return a safe climate.

Climate Conversations are facilitated discussions which aim to bring about effective action on climate change through the power of common people in Scotland.

Having lots of quality conversations about climate change is one of the most effective things we can do to stop it. 

I’ve been truly surprised by the impact of my Conversation amongst friends who were previously silent on this issue. We are still talking about it nine months on!” – Jarrod, host


We will be hosting four conversations in the local community and the events are jointly hosted by the four community venues. You are welcome to come to one or more - whatever you want to do!

The conversations are free to attend and refreshments will be provided. To help us manage numbers please book a place in advance.

  • Thu 3 Nov, 630pm to 830pm, Yoker Community Campus G14 0LL
  • Fri 4 Nov, 130pm to 330pm, Knightswood Community Centre G13 3DD
  • Sat 5 Nov, 10am to Midday, The Whiteinch Centre G14 0UG
  • Tue 8 Nov, 1030am to 1230pm, Heart of Scotstoun Community Centre G14 0BL

Book your place now!


This event is part of SCCAN's Climate Conversations Programme which will allow communities in Scotland to have such conversations happen at a scale large enough to create a groundswell of support for effective climate action in Scotland so strong it can’t be ignored.

We are very grateful to the support for this event from the National Lottery Community Fund's Together for our Planet funding which supports our Community Connections 4 Climate Action project

We are very grateful to the support from SCCAN and Yoker Community Campus, Knightswood Community Centre, The Whiteinch Centre and the Heart of Scotstoun Community Centre.

Photo by Li-An Lim on Unsplash