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Net Zero Scotland: COP26 Media Bundles


Across Scotland, businesses and communities are working hard to tackle the global climate emergency and help the country reach its target to cut greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2045.  Due to some innovative ideas and projects, visitors have a wider variation of attractions to choose from that are making sustainable changes.Some exciting visitor attractions include:

  • Nc'Nean: the first net-zero distillery in Scotland
  • Dance and save the planet: a venue that uses the body heat produced by clubbers
  • Whisky travels green: Glenfiddich distillery develops biogas for its lorries... from its own waste
  • Enjoy an off the beaten tracks experience: visit a wind farm
  • Have an interactive hydro experience on your next holiday to Scotland

Net Zero Scotland: COP26 Media Bundles

Across Scotland, businesses and communities are working hard to help the country reach its net zero target by 2045. Download our COP26 media bundles for information on visitor attractions making sustainable changes.

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