Footdee, or Fittie as it’s known locally, is an historic planned village located on a spit of land at the mouth of Aberdeen Harbour, between the North Sea and the River Dee. It is surrounded…Continue readingFittie – Past, Present & Future. A Story.
In celebration of the European Day of Sustainable Communities, we would like to share 3 stories told at the National Mining Museum Scotland, with whom we partnered to collaborate for the Midlothian Climate Beacon. We…Continue reading#EDSC 2022 – Stories from Newington Grange
Join us for a networking café on Transport: Car sharing, Bikes, active travel, modal shifts and more. Share experience, ideas, challenges and questions! This will be followed by networking and small group discussions. Please join…Continue readingSCCAN networking cafe: Let’s Talk About Transport! 3:30pm-5pm Mon 13 June
A warm and friendly gathering is always a strong reminder of the power and meaning of the connections SCCAN is facilitating. On the morning of the 11th of March, I watched Dr. Ife enter the…Continue readingTogether We Can!
By Gazelle Buchholtz You can listen to the audio story version narrated by Gazelle in this podcast episode of 1000 Better Stories. “If you sign here, then I’ll make sure Isla will have a great…Continue readingThe Egg Hunters – Part 2
By Erin Rizzato Devlin & Emir Elisa Rizzato, Càrna You can listen to the audio story version narrated by Erin in this podcast episode of 1000 Better Stories. PROLOGUE ‘In nem maides fa muir thar…Continue readingNEM, TALAM, MUIR
by Tara Gibsone In 1962 Peter and Eileen Caddy, their three children, and friend Dorothy found themselves living in a small caravan on the Findhorn peninsula after losing their jobs in a hotel not far…Continue readingFindhorn Foundation Ecovillage – An Unintentional Community
As I waited in line to get my delicious soup from the Scran food truck, I noticed the woman in front of me was holding a very small and very nervous dog. She told me…Continue readingGracemount Community Garden – Food Oasis
Community And then something amazing happened. As I tried unsuccessfully to pin down the posters and photographs on the walls of the stand using some useless sticky bits, I heard. ‘Do you want some help?’…Continue readingThere’s Something About COP26 – Part 2
Disillusion At the start of 2020, freshly moved to Scotland, I emailed the organization of COP26 with an inquiry for how to get a ticket. Sitting at the bus station in Glasgow, sheltered from the…Continue readingThere’s Something About COP26 – Part 1