Addressing Planet SDG 12 Responsible Consumption and Production:
Recycling Blister Packs for Marie Curie
Take your empty blister packs to any Superdrug which has a pharmacy. Marie Curie will benefit by £1.00 per kilo. To find out more about Superdrug click here; for Marie Curie click here; for SI Hamilton click here.
Planet SDG 6 and 12-15:
Addressing Planet SDG 15 Life on Land:
More Tree Planting:
See photos below:
First, Second, Third and Fourth photos ~ SI Paisley members planting a white rowan. To learn more about SI Paisley click here.
Fifth and Sixth photos ~ SI Glasgow City members planting a tree. To learn more about SI Glasgow Cityclick here.
Planet SDG 6 and 12-15:
Addressing Planet SDG’s Climate Action, 14 Below Water; 15 Life on Land:
October 2021 Scottish Soroptimists’ Stitches for Survival!
On Display at the opening of the Stirling Climate Festival!
12 10 2021 Photos below show some of our Stitches for Survival panels on display at the opening of the Stirling Climate Festival.
1 10 2021 Collage photo below shows some of the completed panels stitched by Scottish Soroptimists for “Stitches for Survival”. The panels are to be added to the 1.5 km long scarf representing the 1.5 degree C target of the Paris 2015 agreement.
To find out more about Stitches for Survivalclick here.
A single beech tree was planted in Hamilton Park during early June 2021 by South Lanarkshire Council (SLC) staff. Gifted to the Club by SLC, the tree is close to the Mausoleum.
For more information on Hamilton Mausoleum click here.
Clyde Climate Forest Plan launched 1 06 2021
While in conversation with SLC regarding tree planting, members learned about the Clyde Climate Forest (CCF) Plan to plant 18 million trees over the next decade increasing woodland cover in the Glasgow City Region from 17% to 20%. The CCF Plan is part of the Glasgow and Clyde Valley Green Network. 8 Local Authorities are involved.
For more information on the CCF Project click here.
First photo shows the newly planted tree, second and third show members visiting their tree on 10 07 2021.
Addressing Planet SDG 13 Climate Action; SDG 15 Life on Land:
27 06 2021 SI Dunfermline Tree Planting:
SI Dunfermline members are seen planting 5 native trees at re-development of Lyne Burn. The trees planted were green beech, copper beech, pink hawthorn, rowan and hornbeam. This event marked the launch of the re-development.
Members met CEO of Fife Rangers, Jeremy Harris and head of Community Engagement James Dawson.