This page contains a list of theme-based CANs, support organisations and initiatives. This list is used for populating the CAN support map, so edit with care. A companion page contain lists of place-based CANs: Scotland CAN/data.

Separate pages: Scotland CAN support/data, South West England CAN support/data,

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Leith, Edinburgh

The Alternative Global — originators of the Citizens Action Network concept, global community of co-creators, Daily Alternative news-service, active in many spheres of action

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Drumnadrochit, Inverness

SCOTO Community Tourism Network CIC — Scotland's community tourism network

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Dale Road, Thurso

Highlands & Islands Climate Hub — supporting community-led climate action across the Highlands & Islands

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Craigiebuckler, Aberdeen

NESCAN Hub — supporting and developing community led climate action throughout Aberdeen City & Aberdeenshire

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94 Ocean Drive, Edinburgh

Local Energy Scotland — manages CARES, the Scottish Government’s Community and Renewable Energy Scheme which supports communities across Scotland to engage with, participate in and benefit from the energy transition to net zero emissions.

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505 Great Western Road, Glasgow

Scottish Rural Action — Our vision is for vibrant and connected rural and island communities which have control over their future, and which contribute to building a society that is inclusive, just and sustainable

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5 Rose Street, Edinburgh

Coastal Communities Network — community-led network comprising local groups committed to the preservation and safeguarding of Scotland’s coastal and marine environments

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1B Washington Lane, Edinburgh

Development Trusts Association Scotland — independent, member-led organisation aiming to promote, support and represent development trusts in Scotland

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36 Dalmeny Street, Edinburgh

Scottish Community Alliance — "coalition of community based, national networks and intermediaries – each one representing a different aspect of Scotland’s diverse community sector. While each is very different in terms of their specific interests and areas of specialist knowledge, they all share a commitment to the principles of community empowerment and subsidiarity."

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Scottish Communities Climate Action Network and Transition Network Hub for Scotland — supporting community-led action to address the climate and nature emergency and work for a just, thriving and resilient Scotland.

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21 Argyll Square, Oban, Scotland

Community Land Scotland — "Our vision is for the community ownership of land and buildings to be a significant driver of sustainable development across the whole of Scotland."

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London Road, Kilmarnock, Scotland

Vibrant Communities, East Ayrshire Council — "putting people at the heart of everything we do"

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Glasgow, United Kingdom

Good for Nothing Glasgow — The Glasgow chapter of Good For Nothing is working hard with the city's unique creative folk to help realise the potential of our Dear Green Place's social ventures and bright young charities. Get involved and be part of the change!

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Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Good for Nothing Edinburgh — Good for Nothing is a community of thinkers, do-ers, makers and tinkerers applying their skills and energy to accelerate the work of cause-led innovators and change makers; We're a diverse groups of people collaborating together, working in new, faster, fun and better ways by supporting ideas and communities.

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