Weathering change

Weathering Change is an action research project being delivered in partnership by greenspace scotland, Glasgow City Council, Sniffer and the Glasgow Centre for Population Health.

The project aims to facilitate conversations and broker collaborations between communities and institutions in North Glasgow to better understand how to increase community resilience in the face of climate change. This recognises that climate change will bring its own challenges but will also exacerbate other stresses and challenges. It also acknowledges there will be opportunities created by a changing climate and that communities need to be ready to grasp these opportunities when they arise.

Read the Weathering Change report

Connecting Nature - developing nature-based solutions

greenspace scotland is a partner of Connecting Nature, working closely with Glasgow City Council. Connecting Nature is a €12m five-year project funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Innovation Action Programme. With 29 project partners from industry, local authorities, local communities, NGOs and research in 16 countries, the aim by project end is to position Europe as a global leader in the innovation and implementation of nature-based solutions. In Scotland, the focus is on Glasgow.

Coordinated by Trinity College Dublin, the partnership is working with 11 European cities who are investing in the large-scale implementation of nature–based projects in urban settings. You can read more and follow developments on the Connecting Nature website and follow @ConnectingNBS on twitter. For more information contact Emma Halliday email

Park Power

Head over to Greenspaces for more information about ParkPower.