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  • Udny Repair Café - April 22nd, 6 pm

    We all know the stereotype, "keep this random item in my shed for years, just in case it comes in hand"... but what if we could work together and actually use these just in case" bits to fix...

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  • Meeting with Gillian Martin MSP - JTCP

    We're looking forward to the opportunity to host Gillian Martin for an in-depth discussion on the Just Transition Communities Project North East Scotland on Wednesday, 3rd April 2024.

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  • The Community Climate Adaptation Routemap

    Whatever kind of community you are, there are things you can do to build resilience and prepare for climate change and at the same time make your place healthier, safer and more comfortable to live...

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  • 6 Ideas for Your Funding Application - Making a Difference in the North East

    Are you passionate about creating positive change in your community?

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  • Empowering Communities: Our Climate Action Journey

    Being heavily involved in trying to ensure a just transition with communities at its very heart, NESCAN Hub was heartened to be approached, along with the third sector interfaces in the region, to...

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  • Upcycle Fashion Workshop at Udny Climate Action and Threads and Yarns

    Imagine a room bustling with excited kids during their summer break, all ears as they learn about a big problem - fast fashion hurting our planet. Now picture racks of pre-loved clothes, accessories,...

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  • Empowering Communities: £1.5 million funding for green projects in the Northeast

    Climate change is a global challenge that demands collective action at all levels of society. As we strive for a sustainable future, it is essential to empower communities and provide them with the...

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  • October Blog: Just Transition Participatory Budgeting Fund

    Green participatory budgeting fund means that communities will have the opportunity to put forward carbon-reducing local projects!

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  • North East Scotland Communities: Our Green Journey Film

    We are proud to partner with Station House Media Unit (SHMU) to create and present our latest film exploring and highlighting the amazing climate action projects happening throughout the North East,...

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