Renfrewshire Council

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Partner projects to make Renfrewshire net zero

Our partner Net Zero projects including Let's do Net Zero, ECO4 flex, Climate Ready Clyde, Adaptation Scotland, Keep Scotland Beautiful and Zero Waste Scotland

Let's do Net Zero

The Scottish Government's campaign to support the aim of Scotland becoming net zero by 2045.

It outlines how you can make changes in your life at home and on the go to help achieve this goal, including active travel, eating greener, electric vehicles, home energy and recycling, and what's happening nationally.

Find out more about Let's do Net Zero


Funding to make homes more energy efficient (ECO4 flex)

The Energy Company Obligation (ECO4 flex) is a scheme where funding available to make eligible homes in Renfrewshire more energy efficient.

Climate Ready Clyde

A cross-sector initiative funded by the Scottish Government and 15 member organisations, including Renfrewshire Council, to create a shared vision, strategy and action plan for an adapting Glasgow City Region.

The campaign aims to create the conditions for a regional transformation, building our collective evidence base and capacity, and has the produced Glasgow City Region's first Adaptation Strategy and Action Plan to make it happen

Find out more about Climate Ready Clyde

Adaptation Scotland

Adaptation Scotland provides advice and support to help Scotland be prepared and resilient to the effects of climate change.

They help public sector, businesses and communities to understand what climate change will mean across Scotland, and identify the best way for you to plan for the impact - taking the opportunities and preparing for the risks.

Find out more about Adaptation Scotland

Keep Scotland Beautiful

The national environmental charity supports you to understand and take action to combat climate change, including facilitating the Climate Challenge Fund and Community Climate Asset Fund.

Find out more about Keep Scotland Beautiful

Zero Waste Scotland

Zero Waste Scotland have set out a new five-step plan to show the public, private and third sector how to build back better after coronavirus and meet our joint obligations on ending the climate crisis at the same time.

Find out more about Zero Waste Scotland

Nature Scot

The lead public body responsible for advising Scottish Ministers on all matters relating to the natural heritage, including climate change and biodiversity, with their purpose being to:

  • promote, care for and improve our natural heritage
  • help people to enjoy nature responsibly
  • enable greater understanding and awareness of nature
  • promote the sustainable use of Scotland's natural heritage

Find out more about Nature Scot