Scotland’s Climate Assembly brought together people from all walks of life, from across Scotland, to learn about and discuss the question, ‘How should Scotland change to tackle the climate emergency in an effective and fair way?'

Scotland's Climate Assembly's Recommendations for Action Report has now been published. It includes 81 policy recommendations from the Assembly's over 100 members. Click here to download the report.

This website has all the information you need to understand what the Citizens’ Assembly on climate change is, how it works, and how you can get involved.

 

Grounded in Scotland's Climate Change Act (2019), Scotland’s Climate Assembly brought a group of people together who are broadly representative of the Scottish population. These Assembly Members took on the task of learning about, discussing and making recommendations on how we can best tackle climate change. The Assembly's Interim Report was laid in Scottish Parliament on the 24th March 2021, and the full report on the outcomes of members' deliberations will be presented in June of the same year.

Explore our website to learn more about the Assembly, including how it works, who is involved in its creation and running, how you can get involved, and to find learning resources.

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Scotland’s Climate Assembly Calls for “Immediate Action at All Levels of Society” and Sets Out Goals for Tackling Climate Emergency in Scottish Parliament

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Party leaders welcome Climate Assembly's work ahead of final meeting

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