More than 30 environmental, cultural and heritage organisations are coming together across Scotland to inspire public engagement and positive action in the run-up to and beyond the COP26.
Winners included Waterwhelm, Lilypads and Gecko Glazing, who all took part in ECCI's prestigious EIT Climate-KIC Accerlerator programme.
The Edinburgh-led industry-academia partnerships have been awarded funding by the UK Government’s Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
Mateusz Ciasnocha - a regenerative farmer from northern Poland and ECCI Carbon Innovation student - kicks off our countdown blog series.
Invitation to quote for online workshop delivery for the Carbon Scenario Tool Pathfinder project.
Huge achievement for the EIT Climate-KIC Accelerator alumni, who have been developing their unique, tiny dishwasher product for the last 4 years.
The WWF and Scottish Power COP26 Climate Collaboration Challenge champions new cross-sector partnerships that will deliver faster and ambitious action on climate change.
PhD student Nada Saidi developed a framework to evaluate the anticipated policy impact of research outputs for the Scottish Government division.
PhD student Ben Murphy worked with HIE's Science Skills Academy to develop hands-on activities for S1/S2 pupils that focused on Peatlands.
Find out how you can get involved in this Scotland-wide collaborative climate and culture project in the lead-up to and following COP26