Highlands & Islands Climate Hub Member's Directory & Map

The Highlands & Islands Climate Hub invites a membership of changemakers across Highland and the Northern Isles interested and supporting community led climate action across the region. Our Membership Directory and Member's Map shows our many members including where their specific interests are. Each listing will direct you to that Member's website or social media pages where you can find out more about them. If you would like to learn more from one of our Member's please get in touch with us at enquiries@hiclimatehub.co.uk and we will be happy to introduce you. Not yet a member? You can join as your community organisation, associate member or as an individual on our website https://www.hiclimatehub.co.uk 

Ardnamurchan Marketing

We cover the Lochaber area, and provide social media management, email marketing and copy writing services to highland based businesses. We are paper free, wherever possible, and passionate about the environment.

Braebost Croft

We are new entrants working an eight-acre croft in Skye. Our focus is on low-input food production aimed at local communities, and we hope to work with others to share knowledge and resources.

Lynbreck Croft

We are a 150 acre croft in the Cairngorms National Park where we work with nature to grow our own food and produce pasture and tree leaf fed Highland Beef, rare breed pork, pastured eggs and honey.

The Acharacle Community Company was formed to benefit the community of Acharacle and surrounding area.

Our aim are to produce food locally in our community allotment garden, to bring our community together in a shared space. To encourage participation in a healthy pass time in our local area. We want to have a vibrant community space that improves the health and wellbeing of our community. 

Crown Connects SCIO

Crown Connects SCIO was established in 2020 as a COVID emergency response group; we are now a Scottish Charity, SC050700, regulated by the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR). We aim to develop projects to improve life in our Hill and Crown part of Inverness, bringing people and groups together to make positive changes to where and how we live.

We promote and support health, wellbeing and active travel projects in the Highlands including our groups health walks, festival of walking & wheeling, our Friendships bus and community transport service. We are based in Inverness but our project cover the inner Moray Firth area. Our support for climate change includes our promotion of healthy active travel projects from ourselves and, through our podcasts and videos, the sharing of other community initiatives.

Highland One World is an educational charity based in Inverness which exists to promote active Global Citizenship, locally, nationally and internationally.

Circus Artspace

 CiRCUS ARTSPACE is a voluntary collective of art practitioners. As a community of practice we works together non-hierarchically to deliver a public programme, developing each aspect through conversation, mutual support and consensus. OUR VALUES To promote contemporary art as an integral part of culture in the Highlands; To embed an artist-led ethos in all we do; To value aspiration over previous experience; To develop a community of support, experimentation, exchange and ideas; To develop inclusive experiences which embrace diverse communities; To encourage sharing of values and collaboration between art forms. We want to embed climate justice and ecological choices within all our work and are looking for access to advice and support as we develop better environmental policies and public programmes informed by the climate crisis.   

We are the Grantown Community Centre. We provide Community Services such as a food shed, uniform exchange, Soft Play , Youth clubs and a Community Cafe. We run the community cinema. And we host the SpeyShed. We provide affordable facilities to local groups such as the Guides, yoga, indoor tennis and party options. Where we can, we provide affordable start-up opportunities to local entrepreneurs.

ALIenergy

ALIenergy works to promote sustainable energy use and renewable energy generation, to address fuel poverty and reduce carbon emissions.

The IoCCDT is a community-led organisation which was set up to stimulate sustainable demographic growth supported by good employment opportunities, good services, facilities and affordable housing. It provides a focus for the administration of community projects and a vehicle to manage assets on behalf of the community. All Canna residents are encouraged to get involved and to share in the work of being a director.

The Kinlochleven Community Trust is a company limited by guarantee with charitable status and a membership body in the village of Kinlochleven in South Lochaber. Through land and facilities management, community development, education, and environmental projects the Trust aims to improve living conditions and opportunities for all in the village and ultimately, tackle inequalities that our village is experiencing (as shown on the SIMD).

  Lochaber Environmental Group works to preserve, conserve, and restore the environment of Lochaber for the benefit of the local communities as we transition to a low carbon economy. We help to advance the knowledge of Lochaber residents in the study of the environment and sustainability, facilitating training, and sharing advice & information. Our Objectives To help and encourage everyone in Lochaber to reduce their impact on the environment Promoting the preservation, conservation and restoration of the natural environment of Lochaber for the benefit of the community Providing information and training about the environment and about ways to live in a more sustainable manner Help and encourage everyone in Lochaber to live more sustainably. 

Greenfingers Project

Greenfingers is used to assist with mental health and young adults with support needs. Used by 2 individual carers and their clients and other organisations who support adults with learning difficulties.

Caol Resident Group

Caol Resident group are providing a bite and blether to the Caol community on mondays this is to tatret social isolation and help target food waste and get more community outdoor projects on the go. the aims are to make the area more environmental friendly.

Glengarry Community Woodlands was formed in 2016 to purchase what is today the community woodlands. Since then, the organisation has acquired additional land and is now involved in numerous community development projects, including affordable housing, woodland crofts and the sustainable management of our woodland resources.

We are a registered tenants organisation. Our main aim is to improve the appeal of the village and surrounding area. We also host small events for residents on topics such as recycling, food waste and improving the environment we live in. We are inclusive and encourage all our residents to participate in our events, particularly those who may be isolated, vulnerable, disabled and disadvantaged.

We are a local, voluntary association which aims to make Nether Lochaber a better place to live, work and visit. Our membership is made up of people living in the area who want to get involved in improving their community.

Aim to reduce single use plastic by refilling it at your home with eco friendly cleaning products such as Washing up liquid, laundry Liquid, fabric conditioner, septic tank friendly anti-Bac surface cleaner and toilet cleaner. Eco friendly floor cleaner and personal care products. We can refill at home and save money, plastic and the environment. 

Kinlochlovin'

Kinlochlovin’ is a constituted Social Enterprise and OSCR-registered charity which was set up in 2015 in order to support young people to participate in enhancing activities to promote health and wellbeing, social inclusion and social justice. We are about building up young peoples resilience for mental health through creativity. Our aim is to support all young people with inclusive and accessible activities that enables them to become the best they can be. We cover Kinlochleven, Glencoe, Ballachulish, Onich and Glenachulish.

Morvern Community Woodlands was set up in 2004 to help the people of Morvern connect to their land and encourage the enjoyment and use of woodland and timber in Morvern. Morvern Community Woodlands is a Company Limited by Guarantee and a Registered Charity run by a board of volunteer directors. We own and manage Achnaha Community Wood on the Sound of Mull near Lochaline.

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