Find out what Glasgow businesses are doing to make Glasgow Greener.
WWF Scotland and ScottishPower, with the support of SSN, have come together to champion new cross-sector partnerships and projects that deliver faster and more ambitious action on climate change across Scotland.
McGill's, Glasgow Airport
McGill's Buses are introducing electric vehicles to the 757 Glasgow Airport service, helping cut the carbon emissions associated with passenger travel to and from the long-stay car park from 143 tonnes per year to zero when in operation.
Halliday Fraser Munro
Architecture and planning practice, Halliday Fraser Munro are supporting peatland restoration in Wester Ross, offsetting their carbon and restoring biodiverse parts of Scotland.
ACS have are one of 40+ founding signatories to Textiles 2030 - the UK’s most ambitious voluntary agreement, designed to limit the impact clothes and textiles have on climate change in line with the Paris Agreement and the UN Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action.
IKEA have launched a buy back scheme, designed to give a second life to many more IKEA products whilst creating more easy and affordable solutions to help people live more sustainably.
Elite Contract Furniture
Elite Contract Furniture have, at the centre of their ethos, the belief that no product should have built-in obsolescence - designing quality products that are built to last.
Dear Green Coffee
Dear Green Coffee, worked in collaboration with reusable coffee cup supplier, KeepCup, to make Glasgow the first city to host a disposable-cup free coffee festival.
Loganair, the UK’s first regional airline to commit to being fully carbon neutral by 2040 through its "GreenSkies" programme.
Scottish Leather Group
As well as being world’s lowest carbon intensity leather manufacturer, Scottish Leather is well on its way to being carbon neutral by 2025 – 20 years ahead of Scotland’s net zero ambitions.
Energy Saving Trust
Energy Saving Trust is offering micro businesses and sole traders, with an operating site within 20km of the low emission zones, a £2,500 grant towards the safe disposal of non-compliant vehicles.
SEC is introducing a new food strategy which will ensure that sustainable, responsible, and healthier choices sit at the heart of the venue’s events.
Mackenzie Construction has successfully been awarded funding from Innovate UK for a Knowledge Transfer Partnership project with the University of Strathclyde to further test and develop its sustainable surfacing offering, Smart Surface™️.