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Think Global, Act Local: COP26 Media Bundles

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Whether Scotland is home or a holiday destination, it’s all of our responsibility to care for.  Communities in Scotland are putting sustainability first and creating exciting initiatives for the betterment of the country, and the world.

Some notable initiatives include:

  • Isle of Eigg: a neverending green success story
  • Earth in Common: changing things from the roots
  • The Edinburgh Remakery 
  • Glasgow Wood Recycling
  • The Arran Trust: a visitor gifting scheme to keep Arran beautiful
  • Local community bringing cycling to Girvan
  • West Kilbride Craft Town
  • Murton Trust Download our COP26 bundles [here](https://media.visitscotland.org/assets/537872?tags=Media%20Resources).  Contact [TravelPR@visitscotland.com](mailto:TravelPR@visitscotland.com) for more information or suggestions.
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Think Global, Act Local: COP26 Media Bundles

Communities in Scotland are putting sustainability first and creating exciting initiatives for the betterment of the country, and the world. Download our COP26 bundles for more information.

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Licence Editorial A Licence to use assets for editorial purposes, which is, to illustrate an event or story in an article but not commercially such as marketing a product or print ad. An Editorial asset may show a brand, a trademarked logo or product, a public personality, or recognisable people, without a signed release or with limited releases. When you use VisitScotland Editorial content you do so to illustrate Scottish tourism in a positive way.
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Usage Editorial content can be published in a variety of formats ranging from print or digital to online. In print content can be featured in *newspapers *magazines *brochures. Online content can be published in a *blog *website *article or *social media. Regardless of the format this content should always promote Scotland’s tourism in a positive way.

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