Countdown to COP26
The United Nations Climate Change Conference COP26 is being hosted by the UK in Glasgow in November 2021. The countdown is well and truly on, and this is where you’ll find the latest COP26 and Net Zero news from across the Forth Valley area in the run up to the big event.
Net Zero Scotland Community is hosting a series of online and in person events during COP26 aimed at helping SMEs start their Net Zero journey.
Alexander Dennis and partners launch COP26 electric bus tour from London to Glasgow to highlight net zero projects
Forth Valley for Net Zero supporter, Alexander Dennis Ltd (ADL), is taking part in a unique COP26 electric bus tour from London to Glasgow to celebrate low carbon energy and transport projects that are transforming our lives.
The British Wildlife Awards, an exhibition celebrating the beauty and diversity of British wildlife, is coming to Callendar House in Falkirk from 9th October 2021 and will run until January 2022.
School pupils from across the Stirling and Falkirk area have been taking part in the Scottish Schools’ Hydrogen Challenge.
INEOS as a group and as a Grangemouth based complex is 100% committed to meeting the Paris Accord climate change goals.
Sacha Dench – the Human Swan – has crossed the border into Scotland as part of a world record breaking challenge aimed at raising awareness about the effects of climate change.
Business and political leaders champion the green revolution with the launch of Forth Valley for Net Zero campaign
On Monday 2 August at the Falkirk Wheel, Falkirk Economic Partnership launched the Forth Valley for Net Zero campaign.
The Forth Valley area is demonstrating its commitment to tackling climate change and achieving Net Zero through the launch of a new campaign, Forth Valley for Net Zero.
Sasha Dench, known as ‘The Human Swan’, is attempting something that has never been done before – a 3000+ mile circumnavigation of Britain in a specially adapted, green electricity powered paramotor.