Summary

Changing our lifestyle and improving the energy performance of our homes is important not just for climate change but can also improve quality of life and your health. It’s clear from the evidence that the impact of the current pandemic is worse for people in cold and damp houses. Many of the things we can do are simple but can have a significant change. For more complex changes, Scottish government support may be available to help.
This online talk, in two parts, will lead you through from simple no or low cost improvements to whole house energy efficient makeovers.

Agenda

  • The role of households in CO2 emissions
  • Simple changes that make a difference
  • Improving the building envelope
  • Case study

Hosted by Climate Café Blairgowrie, Rattray & District

Speaker : Martin, The HEAT Project energy advisor

Online Climate talk “Keep Warm Without Costing the Earth” Part 1

or access the link https://youtu.be/2NCGaENAP18

Online Climate talk “Keep Warm Without Costing the Earth” Part 2

or access the link https://youtu.be/93RM2tAUyLU

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