Setting targets and government legislation is one thing. The only way we’re going to reduce carbon emissions and have a chance of mitigating the effects of climate change is if we all take action.
There are many things you can do to reduce carbon emissions and save money:
Office based, visit the link to the to find out more about tackling climate change in the office. Find out about Carbon Trust , too. Green Office Week
Site and Depot based, contact The Climate Change and Zero Waste Team’s on this page to find out more about the training and support available for site and depot based employees.
Almost everything we do contributes to climate change.
See these external links for quick tips to reduce your carbon emissions associated with , energy and travel waste.
For more information:
Visit the Energy Saving Trust website for a Home Energy Check
Contact the Energy Saving Scotland Advice Centre on 0800 512 012
At School, more information is available with the following links:
for weblinks and activities to suit primary and secondary pupils. Fife Education Site
for school specific environmental management information and learning resources. Ecoschools Scotland
pages on the Learning and Teaching Scotland website. The online resources provides teachers from early level onwards with high-quality and topical resources to help them teach about climate change within Curriculm for Excellence. The Weather and Climate Change
Ian Gallacher, Development Officer
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