The Climate Fringe Festival is a community-led and community-organised series of events taking place across the whole of Scotland, showcasing the diversity of the Scottish climate movement.

From it’s inception in 2021, on the run-up to COP26 in Glasgow, the Climate Fringe Festival has seen hundreds of events across the country, fuelling conversations about climate action and raising awareness on the need to move towards a greener, low carbon, more sustainable Scotland.

From Caithness and Sutherland to Dumfries and Galloway, the festival has highlighted the diversity of the Scottish climate movement and the many ways people can and already are taking action in their communities.

Groups from the full breadth of the climate movement have taken part, from environmental groups, faith groups and migrant justice groups, to community farms, artists and local associations.

You can read more about the last Climate Fringe Festival edition in this blog post.


Watch this space for updates on next year’s festival or join the Climate Fringe’s mailing list for Organisers and be the first to hear any news!

In the meanwhile, you can read more about the Climate Fringe Festival and have a look at last year’s Resources for Organisers.

Join us in making the Climate Fringe Festival the largest community-led event for Climate, Nature and Sustainability that Scotland has seen!