Climate Change and Scotland's Future






24m 36s

September 2017

Michalina Cieplińska, Scott Kirby, Cameron Mackay

Jenni O'Neill, Cameron Mackay

Cameron Mackay

University of Glasgow Graduates, Jenni O'Neill and Cameron Mackay put their degrees to use in order to investigate how prepared Scotland is to adapt to future climate change. Their journey takes them from Glasgow to South Uist and from wild peatlands to busy coastal towns as they meet with community leaders, farmers and government representatives who share their stories. 


After premiering at the University of Strathclyde's Climate Week in 2017, the film has been shown throughout Scotland at locations including the Aberdeen City Council offices and Robert Gordons University.


The film raises the crucial point that, in order to make Scotland climate-ready, we need to ensure that we represent and direct sufficient resources to peripheral communities such as those in South Uist so that we can all meet the same standard of future preparedness, throughout the country.


To arrange a screening of this film, please get in touch here.



Other Films:

Farming on the Front Line of Climate Change (2017)

Adventures in the Himalayas (2016)

Exploring the World's Strangest Volcano (2015)

Greenland360: Youth Expedition (2015)


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