COP26 Pop-up Shop
Perth & Kinross Council’s COP26 pop-up shop was located at 76 High Street in Perth, and ran from November 2nd to November 12th. The shop was a local point of information on climate change, providing a number of activities for both children and young adults. These included:
- Talks from our Waste and Energy Team colleagues
- The HEAT Project Blairgowrie which provides independent and free energy advice to households – one successful sign up for a household survey
- Kinross car share scheme
- Tayside Woodland Partnership
- Planting for kids
- Reusing coffee grounds workshop
- Eco congregation stall
Overall, the feedback received by the public was very positive with people liking the idea of a local source of advice on climate change. Information and advice on specific issues like recycling and energy efficiency was also provided to a number of visitors.
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