Join our volunteer team! – Edinburgh Climate Festival

Exciting News! The Edinburgh Climate Festival is back in 2024! We are thrilled to announce that as part of the Communities’ Reduce Reuse & Recycle a joint project delivered by Edinburgh and Lothians Regional Equality Council (ELREC), NKS – Networking Key Services & SCOREscotland we’ve successfully secured funding from The National Lottery Community Fund’s Climate […]

We are hiring a Logistics Officer for the Edinburgh Climate Festival 2024!

Event Logistics Officer – Edinburgh Climate Festival 2024 (29 June 2024) Freelance Position: Event Logistics Officer – £15/hour – 7 hours/day – 1 day (hours might be split in 2 days)/week Fixed-term contract: 23 days – £2,415/ Immediate start, running to mid-July 2024/Funded by The National Lottery Community Fund’s Climate Action Fund   Project Overview: […]

Litterpick event

Calling all eco-warriors! It’s time to take action and clean up our beloved Water of Leith! Join us for a community litter-pick event on Saturday, April 29th from 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM. We will be meeting at Coalie Park and providing bags, and litter pickers. Together, we can make a positive impact on our […]

ELREC Permaculture Course at Lauriston Farm

We are excited to announce the launch of our Permaculture Course, taking place at ELREC plot in Lauriston Farm as part of our Communities’ Reduce Reuse & Recycle project. This course is open to everyone who is interested in learning about gardening and sustainable land management practices. Permaculture is a globally recognized approach that focuses […]

Forest Bound – Art Exhibition Opening Event

Thrilled to see so many people attending the Forest Bound – Art Exhibition Opening Event yesterday. Forest bound was a partnership between UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology and ELREC, and funded by Natural Environment Research Council. The project emphasized the importance of making forests and green spaces accessible to ethnic minority communities as research […]

‘Forest Bound – adaptation, resilience, and uncertainty’ – Art Exhibition

Forest Bound is a project working to engage Edinburgh-based ethnic minority groups with forest landscapes by using art-science approaches. The project aims to create spaces where communities that face additional barriers to access nature/outdoor spaces can interact with forests. We organised forest walks and a workshop session where we used visual arts to explore people’s connection to […]