My Climate Path, created by Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) Glasgow, with DYW Lanarkshire & East Dunbartonshire and DYW West, proudly supported by Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, and funded by Scottish Government, will enable young people to develop the skills required to enter the green and circular jobs of the future.Find out more
It has been a whole year since COP26 came to Glasgow and My Climate Path was launched. We want to celebrate all the incredible work which has taken place over the past 12 months with an exciting new
My Climate Path campaign for everyone to get involved in from 7 to 18 November 2022.
Join us on a Climate Trail around Glasgow City Centre! As part of the My Climate Path campaign, we are hosting a fun, interactive scavenger hunt which will lead young people and business professionals around the city’s most sustainable and circular locations.
The aim of our Climate Trail is to inform and raise awareness of the green skills agenda and highlight the environmental credentials of Glasgow’s sustainable businesses.
To get involved you need to:
What changes have you made since COP26 to tackle climate change?
We want to celebrate everyone’s journey to become more environmentally cautious by encouraging you to share the positive changes you have made since COP26, using #MyClimatePath, on social media.
Share what your #MyClimatePath has been.
Step 1 - Pledge your support for the #MyClimatePath Campaign and mark Monday 7 to Friday 18 November 2022 in your diary, when you can take part and share your #MyClimatePath online.
Step 2 - During the 11 days, share a photo or video on social media of what you have been doing over the past year to act upon climate change. Remember to tag @DYWGlasgow and use #MyClimatePath on social media, so that we can share all your great activity.
This could be any activity which aims to combat the climate emergency eg switching to reusable items, recycling where possible, picking up litter in your local area, buying sustainably made clothing, reducing emissions by cycling instead of driving to work or eating local and seasonal foods.Find out more