New Climate Ready Clyde Chair invites organisations in the Glasgow City Region to get involved

Aiming to improve resilience for a third of Scotland, Climate Ready Clyde has issued formal invitations for partners across the Clyde region to join the collaborative adaptation initiative. In a busy month, Climate Ready Clyde also announced James Curran, former Chief Executive of SEPA and chair-elect of the James Hutton Institute, has joined the initiative as its interim-chair.

Organisations will come together in April to begin the process of developing and delivering a risk assessment and adaptation strategy for the Glasgow City Region. Download the prospectus here and register your organisation’s interest by emailing Kit England, Climate Ready Clyde Manager, via