Submit an idea or project
The Edinburgh Community Climate Fund has been set up to support community-led climate change projects. It uses a process called participatory budgeting to enable citizens to decide how to spend £100,000 that supports the delivery of the city’s Climate Strategy.
Applications are made online through the Your Voice platform to the Edinburgh Community Climate Fund and application form and supplementary documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Read up before you start – we have put together some information about the process and a guide to ideas to get you started
- Consider attending one of our information or drop-in sessions to find out more
- Sign in to the Your Voice platform with My Account
- Once logged on click "submit a project idea" and upload your project proposal/summary (remember to add a picture/or image)
- Complete the application form – download here
- Email the completed application form to email@example.com before 12 February.
Voting is open for the Edinburgh Community Climate Fund
It’s time to vote for your favourite ideas to make Edinburgh a greener city.
You have a total of 5 votes to use and can only vote once for a project.You need to use all five votes for your selections to be valid.
Voting is simple and easy. To vote:
Click register at the top of your screen.
Click Register with mygovscot
Fill out all of the forms with your details.
You are now signed up and can select five projects.
For those under 18 wishing to vote this can be done through Young Scot using your Young Scot NEC number. School libraries will be offering supported voting.
Supported voting will also be available at all public libraries across the city. Please visit your local library for more information and to get help to vote
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.Vote now
Information on the outcome of the public vote now available.
A total of £140,000 has been awarded to community and voluntary groups to implement projects related to climate change. Due to the high number of proposals submitted, £40,000 worth of extra funding was exceptionally made available in addition to the original £100,000, to allow as many projects to go ahead as possible. Given the high quality of the remaining projects that applied for funding, work will be undertaken to signpost groups to other opportunities to progress their ideas where possible.View results
The Edinburgh Community Climate Fund
Ideas and projects in Edinburgh
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