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Job: Member Engagement and Support Coordinator

Hours:  21 hours per week (0.6 FTE) generally Monday to Friday but some occasional evenings and weekends required Salary:   £30,240 (pro rata) Location:  Scotland – home working or co-working space Deadline: 5pm Friday 30th June Interview:…Continue readingJob: Member Engagement and Support Coordinator

Climate Hubs and Regional Networks

SCCAN are delighted to announce progress in the development of a network of regional community climate action hubs in order to provide a strategic regional approach to climate change action across Scotland. The hub network now…Continue readingClimate Hubs and Regional Networks

Funding for Regional Network Support

Statement about the current situation For the past year SCCAN has been running an ambitious ‘Investing in Regional Networks’  programme to support regional level networking for those involved with community-led action to address the climate…Continue readingFunding for Regional Network Support

Recruiting [closed]

We are recruiting for an Interim Operations Manager, which may become a permanent position. SCCAN has a rapidly expanding membership and, over the past year, has moved from being a volunteer led and run organisation…Continue readingRecruiting [closed]

Staffing Update

This is a long overdue post to announce our recent staff appointments and to share their contact details. This is a period of rapid transition for SCCAN as we move from being run with the…Continue readingStaffing Update

An Open Letter to the Climate Movement

“Now, as gas prices go sky high…….. it is widely predicted that hundreds of thousands of families will be driven into poverty for the first time. Leaving the vulnerable and poorest in the cold, or…Continue readingAn Open Letter to the Climate Movement

Regional Climate Action Hubs

The Scottish Government has announced a series of regional sessions to consult local groups on how a regional community climate action hub might be set up in their area. These sessions are for all community…Continue readingRegional Climate Action Hubs

Towards Local Wellbeing Economies

“When we focus on wellbeing, we start a conversation that provokes profound and fundamental questions – what really matters to us in our lives. What do we value in the communities that we live in,…Continue readingTowards Local Wellbeing Economies

Investing in Regional Networks

For many years, SCCAN has endeavoured to support the development of regional networks to support community-led climate action. We are therefore delighted to have recently received funding from the Scottish Government to enable us to…Continue readingInvesting in Regional Networks

Riders on the Storm

The Climate Crisis and the Survival of Being -with Alastair McIntosh. Community Led Climate Action Autumn Gathering, Edinburgh and online. 2-5pm, Saturday 25th September Join Community-led initiatives across Scotland. Share ways of tackling the personal…Continue readingRiders on the Storm