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五月 25

華人氣候變化項目2017/2018

格拉斯哥華人社區服務中心(CCDP) 從蘇格蘭政府提供的一千萬英鎊氣候挑戰基金中獲得了。
共79,072.40 英鎊的氣候挑戰基金撥款。
氣候挑戰基金是蘇格蘭政府由保持蘇格蘭優美環境專案進行管理和執行的專案。
華人社區服務中心將進行華人氣候變化專案,以説明格拉斯哥華人社區中的華人家庭減少其碳排放量。

The Chinese Community Development Partnership will run the Chinese Climate Change Project to help the Chinese community in Glasgow reduce their carbon emissions. This community-led project will offer support to achieve improvements in home energy efficiency which will tackle both carbon emissions and fuel poverty. Additional activities aim to increase levels of sustainable travel, while wider engagement will explain the links between everyday lifestyle and climate change. This 12-month starts between April 2017- March 2018.

Maryanna, Manager of Chinese Climate Change Project said:

“We are delighted to announce that the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund will continue to support the project for another year.

This year, in addition to providing free home visit and advice on home energy savings, we will organise several meaningful environmental activities. We will also collect data to measuare the effectiveness of energy conservation and carbon reduction activities.”

David Gunn, Climate Challenge Fund Manager at Keep Scotland Beautiful said:

“We are delighted that Chinese Community Development Partnership has been successful in securing funding from the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund and encourage the local community to take advantage of the support available through the Chinese Climate Change Project.

“We look forward to supporting Chinese Community Development Partnership as they implement their project and empowering many more communities to take action on climate change. We see it as part of our work to make Scotland clean, green and more sustainable.”

Since the Climate Challenge Fund was introduced in 2008, 622 communities across Scotland have been awarded grants totalling £85.8 million to run community-led projects that reduce local carbon emissions, improve their local areas and help them adapt to the impacts of climate change.

Further information at www.climatechallengefund.org