FCCAN joins the Fife Environment Partnership


FCCAN is representing our member organisations on the Fife Environment Partnership, a policy level body whose focus is on climate change outcomes.

The Fife Environmental Partnership (FEP) has responsibility for delivery of the climate change mitigation and adaptation outcomes of the community plan, and also has the remit of setting “the strategic direction to protect and enhance Fife’s environment in a sustainable manner to pass onto future generations.”


Members of the Fife Communities CAN attend the Fife Environmental Partnership’s big climate fair in September 2016 to raise the voice of communities and what we can contribute towards a low carbon Fife


Membership includes Fife Council, NHS Fife, SEPA, Scottish Natural Heritage, Fife College, University of St. Andrews, Fife Coast and Countryside Trust, Fife Voluntary Action, and FCCAN

Crispin Hayes (Sustainable Cupar) has agreed to follow on from Suzy Goodsir (Greener Kirkcaldy) as representative of FCCAN.

What Fife Environment Partnership about?

Brings together public sector and third sector organisations to work at a strategy level on climate change in Fife. It is measures its progress against 6 key outcomes:

  • CC1 – More efficient use of resources (energy, waste and water)
  • CC2 – More energy is from low carbon supplies.
  • CC3 – Encourage more sustainable transport and travel including reducing the need to travel.
  • CC4 – Ecosystems are used sustainably and strengthened
  • CC5 – Places are adapting to cope with Climate Change (including land use, coastlines, buildings and infrastructure)
  • CC6 – People are adapting to cope with Climate Change.

FEP’s main strategy document is the “Climate Change Strategy 2014 – 2020”. It identifies key areas that we need to address to meet the challenges and take advantage of opportunities associated with climate change, and sets out six outcomes that we will work towards over the next six years.

Read Fife’s Climate Change Strategy 2014 – 2020:


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1 Response to FCCAN joins the Fife Environment Partnership

  1. Pingback: FCCAN seeks solution to barriers to Car Clubs in Fife | Fife Communities Climate Action Network

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