ScottishPower Foundation 2021 Biodiversity and Climate Change Projects

Biodiversity and Climate Change Projects

Museum of East Anglian Life

A River for All

A River for All’ project will work to bring public access to previously inaccessible woodland and river, to commission artists to interpret the natural world to encourage exploration, and bring semi-derelict allotments back into use, providing spaces for growing food in collaboration with community groups. The project will improve wellbeing, support lifelong learning and help people to experience and protect nature.

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United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Life on LandUnited Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Quality EducationUnited Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Good Health and well-being

Size of Wales

Connecting the UK on climate change: Sharing the MockCOP model nationally

Young people who take part in the ‘MockCOP’ programme across the UK are inspired, equipped and well-networked to advocate for action on climate change at a local, national and international level, and to initiate their own change projects in their schools and communities.

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United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Climate ActionUnited Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Sustainable Cities and CommunitiesUnited Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Quality Education

DangerPoint

Sustainable Futures

The innovative and interactive ‘Sustainable Futures’ educational resource will be utilised to engage and inspire children and young people to develop their awareness of issues surrounding climate change and give them practical knowledge and skills that will enable them to make changes to their own behaviours and influence others to do the same.

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United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Climate Action United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Quality Education

Scottish Wildlife Trust

Action for Nature in Ayrshire

Action for Nature in Ayrshire’ will support volunteers and community groups to deliver activities to boost biodiversity and improve access to the greenspaces in their area. As well as improving the wellbeing of a wide range of local people, the project will equip them with the skills and knowledge to protect the nature in their neighbourhood going forward

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United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Life on Land United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Climate Action United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Sustainable Cities and Communities United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Good Health and well-being

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