Keep Scotland Beautiful

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Fast-tracked funding to help local communities drive their green recovery from the coronavirus pandemic has been announced. The Community Climate Asset Fund will provide grants of up to £100,000 for projects supporting community climate action including those that boost energy efficiency in co

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Tenants from two housing associations have helped steer their communities to a five-star award. Environmental teams from Dunedin Canmore and West Lothian Housing Partnership (WLHP), both part of Wheatley Group, worked with residents to spruce up their neighbourhoods and keep them looking spick and s

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Tenant William O’Brien, Cube’s George Thomson, tenant Robert Dickson and Keep Scotland Beautiful’s Colin Hegarty join actor Paul Riley at Collina Street Still Game actor Paul Riley has given a Cube Housing Association high-rise in Glasgow the ultimate seal of approval.

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North Glasgow’s Young Green Champions launched a climate change challenging comic book on Monday 10th September at an event at Keppoch Campus in order to help highlight the dangers of climate change. The creative project was facilitated by ng homes in partnership with Dekko Comics. The initiative

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More than £15 million is being awarded towards community projects that help cut carbon emissions and tackle climate change. A total of £15.3m from the Climate Challenge Fund (CCF) will be shared among 110 recipients across Scotland.

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ng homes regeneration manager Margaret Fraser (centre) receives the award from the Climate Challenge Fund Awards Panel ng homes’ exceptional efforts in tackling climate change in the local North Glasgow community were recognised at the first ever Climate Challenge Fund Awards last week.

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A report by environmental charity Keep Scotland Beautiful has suggested that one million Scots are living in "dirty communities" blighted by an increase in litter, graffiti and flytipping. According to the report, Local Environmental quality in decline - further analysis, the most deprived neighbour

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(from left), KSB’s Colin Hegarty, GHA tenant Margaret Thomson, Wheatley’s John Ross Snr, GHA tenant Peggy Daly, KSB’s Dougie Johnston, GHA tenant Maureen Saunders and Wheatley’s Liam Cusack Housing estates across central Scotland are being put under the microscope by Keep Scotland Beautiful

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