Review of the Climate Challenge Fund
This report reviews the Climate Challenge Fund (CCF), a Scottish Government scheme that supports communities to take action to address climate change.
3. Source: Keep Scotland Beautiful CCF Project Database
4. See the Scottish Government's Programme for Government, http://www.gov.scot/Publications/2015/09/7685
5. Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES) - see http://www.localenergyscotland.org/communities/generating-your-own-electricity/financial-support/
Only completed projects were involved in this aspect of the research because live projects would not have a final report, final results or learnings.
This is submitted to KSB at the end of the project and details, for example, project activity, results, challenges. These were passed to Changeworks by KSB.
8. Young Scot is the national youth information and citizenship charity. They provide young people, aged 11 - 26, with a mixture of information, ideas and incentives to help them become confident, informed and active citizens. www.youngscot.org
9. CEMVO Scotland are a national intermediary organisation and strategic partner of the Scottish Government Equality Unit whose aim is to build the capacity and sustainability of the ethnic minority voluntary sector and its communities.
10. Low Carbon Route Maps were provided by KSB to assist groups in estimating and measuring emissions savings in order to set targets and review performance.
11. Department of Energy and Climate Change (www.decc.gov.uk), Energy Saving Trust (www.energysavingtrust.org.uk) and Home Energy Scotland (http://www.energysavingtrust.org.uk/home-energy-scotland)
12. http://www.keepscotlandbeautiful.org/media/43515/ccf-low-carbon-route-map-energy-2011.pdf, p.10
13. The Scottish Government uses the Scottish Greenhouse Gas Inventory to monitor its emissions reduction targets on an annual basis. This Inventory is compiled in line with international guidance from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and is reported by source sector (such as energy supply) and by greenhouse gas category (such as carbon dioxide). (See information at the National Atmospheric Emissions Inventory http://naei.defra.gov.uk/reports/reports?report_id=810). Given the relative scale of CCF projects within the wide range of factors that influence emissions in the Inventory, it is unlikely that the specific contribution from CCF activity could be identified.
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