- Climate change Scotland
- Comrie Carbon Challenge
- Low carbon communities Scotland
- Transition towns Scotland
- Walkers are Welcome
Wanted pages and external links
- Local People Leading, an informal alliance of national and regional networks, local community groups and individuals that has come together to campaign for a strong and independent community sector in Scotland
- Friends of Wemyss Bay Station, Inverclyde
- Transport in Scotland W
- Action for Planning Transparency, a group made up of members of the public, based in the Highlands of Scotland.
- See also: Wind power in Scotland W
The Heritage Trust set up Gigha Renewable Energy Ltd. to buy and operate three Vestas V27 wind turbines, known locally as The Dancing Ladies or Creideas, Dòchas is Carthannas (Gaelic for Faith, Hope and Charity). They were commissioned on 21 January 2005 and are capable of generating up to 675 kW of power. Revenue is produced by selling the electricity to the grid via an intermediary called Green Energy UK. Gigha residents control the whole project and profits are reinvested in the community.