Lochaber Environmental Group run an electric bike share scheme in Fort William as well as an e-bike library.
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The Fort William e-bike share scheme project is funded by the Low Carbon Travel and
Transport Challenge Fund (LCTT), with support from European Regional Development
Funds and Transport Scotland, and Highland Council.
Local residents and campaigners are now calling on the Highland Council Pension Fund to divest from fossil fuels ahead of the UN Climate Conference COP26, due to be held in Glasgow this November.
This award- winning documentary follows the story of Greta, a shy school student with Asperger’s, who, fed up with her government not doing enough to combat climate change, stages a one-person strike outside the Swedish Parliament.
The Bike Kitchen is funded by the Climate Challenge Fund, Paths for All Smarter Choices Smarter Places, and Cycling Scotland.
Apart from potential investors, LEG is keen to hear from anyone with expertise in accountancy, experience of managing construction contracts, knowledge of debt and equity payments and renewable energy technology.
The latest news from Lochaber Environmental Group.
The future for active travel in Fort William could be bright, but it requires long-term planning and the funding to take it forward.