Midlothian Climate Action Hub

Creating fairer, more sustainable and resilient communities in Midlothian  

community-led action across Midlothian

Our purpose is to empower communities to address the climate and nature emergencies and to work for a just, thriving and resilient Midlothian.

Empowering Sustainable Communities


Amplify Midlothian’s collective voice at a national and regional level


Promote local and sustainable food systems for a greener tomorrow


Encourage active travel and low carbon solution to move through the world sustainably


Empower communities with renewable and efficient energy solutions for a cleaner future

Circular Economy

Embrace a sharing economy that reimagines waste as a resource


Protect and restore ecosystems for a thriving planet and healthier communities

News & Updates

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Seedcorn Small Grants Fund: Collaborative Projects now open!

Our Collaborative Projects fund is now open for applications! Grants up to £2000 are available for 2 or more Midlothian

We MAEDT Happen

Thank you to everyone that came to our very first Outreach Event and making it such a fantastic day.

Join us for our Outreach Events!

Join us for our series of Outreach Events across Midlothian!

The Midlothian Climate Action Hub

Seedcorn Small Grants Fund

Collaborative Projects fund is now open for applications!
Deadline is 31st July 2024

The Seedcorn fund provides grants between £500 and £2,000 to any community groups or organisations in Midlothian to help:

together we do great things

our events

There are no upcoming events; please check back later.​

Become a member

The Climate Action Hub is shaped by its communities – that’s you!

Our purpose is to encourage and support a thriving, collaborative network of community groups and organisations coming together to take action on the climate and nature crises.

Our vision is to see our membership build capacity together, learn from one another and help create fairer, more sustainable and resilient communities.

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