The Scottish Islands Passport is an App you can easily download freely to your device. It provides you with information and advice about Scotland’s participating islands to encourage you to visit them.
Taking place on: Saturday 23 October between 2pm-3pm online is : Scottish Islands on the front line of climate emergency
“We have serious concerns that the methods used to categorise priority areas for the Levelling up Fund are badly flawed”
“the absence of Highland, Orkney and Shetland in the list of priority areas is baffling given the economic and social fragility of these places.” SIF
“I would urge any young person or group in our island communities to jump in, have your say and be part of something bigger!”
You can now experience collections from across Scotland’s islands by visiting online museums as part of the Between Islands Project.
With climate change now driving rapid sea-level rise, the team says the effects will not always be as simple as a forced human retreat from coasts.
Young people living in rural communities are being encouraged to sign up for the Young Rural Change Makers Programme, focused on leadership and enterprise skills, being, run by the Rural Youth Project.
“Being a small island nation has been an advantage” to be able to “think innovatively and be more flexible”. The Faroes used what they had and responded quickly taking their own independent decisions for their islands.
50% of the GDP of The Falklands is linked to trade with the EU through Fisheries and Agriculture.
“Maybe we will save this world after all.” Halfdan Ambrahamsen, Aeroe, Denmark