2020 Group to wind down in 2018

At its most recent meeting, Scotland’s 2020 Climate Group board made the decision to dissolve the Group in the Spring. …

What Scotland’s new Climate Change Plan means for business

On Wednesday 28th February 2018 the Scottish Government published its new Climate Change Plan, setting the country’s emissions reduction targets …

Response to Scotland’s new Climate Change Plan

On Wednesday 28th February 2018 the Scottish Government published its updated Climate Change Plan, setting emissions reduction targets for 2018 …

Why climate adaptation makes good business sense

As Adaptation Scotland launches its new Climate Ready business guide, Dame Susan Rice discusses what climate adaptation is and why …

Keeping up the ambition: delivering Scotland’s world-leading climate change targets

In this blog, board member Graeme Dickson describes why the next stage of Scotland’s emissions reduction targets will be harder to …

5 tips to become a thriving low-carbon business in Scotland

How can businesses become low-carbon and more sustainable? Here are 5 top tips from Scotland’s 2020 Climate Group. Our vision …

Can governments create new low carbon industries?

Boardmember Graeme Dickson asks if the Scottish Government is ready to strategically lead the country into a low carbon future. The …

Artwork in shades of blue showing silhouette of people and cityscape from the Adaptation Scotland guidance, Is your business climate ready?

Is your business climate ready?

Scotland’s 2020 Climate Group has teamed up with Adaptation Scotland to organise a panel discussion, seminar and networking lunch for …

Lady Susan Rice CBE receives Damehood in New Year Honours list

Lady Susan Rice CBE, Chair of Scotland’s 2020 Climate Group, received a Damehood in the Queen’s New Year Honours List …

Scotch Whisky Association – an industry committed to sustainability

Scotch Whisky is very much a product of its natural environment. The iconic product, recognised globally, is made from only …