We’re delighted to be working with the Leven Programme and Levenmouth Academy to inspire public engagement and positive action in Fife in the run up to and beyond the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) taking place in Glasgow this November.

The partnership is one of just seven ‘Climate Beacons’ across Scotland funded by the Scottish Government’s Climate Change and Culture Divisions, Creative Scotland, and Museums Galleries Scotland.

We will be working with others to channel the arts and build on climate action in the area.

They are eager to share stories of the proud industrial heritage and show the world how we can transform to a resilient low carbon community of the future.

The seven Climate Beacons will operate in the lead-up to, during, and after COP26, each utilising their own expertise and responding to the needs of their local area and communities with planned themes including Scotland’s temperate rainforests, industrial heritage, water, adaptation to climate change, land use, biodiversity, green jobs, and the recovery from COVID-19. Find out more about the Climate Beacons.