Inverclyde's Climate Beacon

We're proud to be part of an initiative linking culture, creativity and climate action, helping everyone in Scotland to better understand how to contribute to becoming a net-zero society.

Working in partnership with Bellville Community Garden Trust, RIG Arts and Inverclyde Libraries and others, Beacon Arts Centre is one of seven hubs across Scotland, known as 'Climate Beacons' in an initiative funded by the Scottish Government's Climate Change and Culture Division, Creative Scotland and Museum Galleries Scotland.

The aim of the Climate Beacon is to bring together shared resources and knowledge and provide both a physical and virtual space in which member of the public, artists, culture sector professionals, environmental NGOs. scientists and poilcy makers can discuss and debate COP26 themes and climate actions that are specific to their local area. For the Inverclyde Beacon, of which we are part, the focus will be on the roles of climate change mitigation and adaptation as part of Inverclyde recovery and the areas legacy. 

Beacon Arts Centre

Inverclyde Libraries

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RIG Arts

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Belville Community Garden Trust

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Scottish Youth Film Foundation


Inverclyde Shed

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Ian Parsons

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CVS Inverclyde

Eve Mosher Project

Weathering Earth Project

Sculpture created by artist Brody Mace-Hopkins as part of Climate Beacon parter Nicole Manley's Weathering Earth Project.

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Galoshans Festival 2021

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