Regional Climate Actions Hubs – Regional sessions

The Scottish Government is supporting the development of a network of regional community climate action hubs, to provide a strategic regional approach to climate change action. This network of regional hubs will be spread across Scotland. The hubs could help groups develop local plans, take up community funding opportunities, facilitate networking and ensure a joined-up approach is being taken to tackling climate change at a regional level.
We are holding a number of sessions to consult local groups on how a regional hub in each area might be set up, and what its priorities would be.
The events are for all community groups who are currently involved in climate action, and those who might consider getting involved in the future.
We recognise there are organisations and public sector bodies already working in this space across some areas of Scotland and are keen to ensure we integrate and add value to existing structures and work. Any organisation working in this space is welcome to join the discussion or to contact us separately.
Please come along and have your say. There will be short presentations about the hubs idea, and plenty of time for questions and discussion.
Booking Information
This event will be held online, on Teams.
It’s free to attend. If you would like to book a place or would like further
information, please email

The session for Scottish Borders and Dumfries & Galloway is scheduled for 22 March 11-00 to 12.30pm.

Please note that these sessions are not set up based on the areas that hubs will cover but simply to allow us to have an initial discussion.