Our work Our projects Climate Ready Clyde Glasgow City Region's climate is already changing. Over the coming decades, the Region will experience more frequent and extreme heatwaves, coastal erosion and flooding. Tackling this challenge requires a radical re-imagining of the society we want to live in. Climate Ready Clyde is a pioneering cross-sector initiative funded by 15 member organisations and supported by the Scottish Government to create and deliver a shared vision, strategy and action plan for an adapting Glasgow City Region. Sniffer provides the technical secretariat for Climate Ready Clyde, acting as a catalyst to create the enabling environment for transformative adaptation. Glasgow City Region Climate Adaptation Strategy and Action Plan In 2021 Climate Ready Clyde published the Glasgow City Region Climate Adaptation Strategy and Action Plan, which offers a blueprint to help guide our way to a Region that can thrive in our future climate. The Strategy and Action Plan is recognised as leading example in Scotland and in Europe. It sets out an ambitious shared vision and takes a transformative, whole-systems approach to climate adaptation, with an emphasis on fairness 'just resilience'. The Strategy includes eleven strategic interventions that form a statement of ambition for the next decade, and sixteen Flagship Actions to accelerate progress by 2025. It is informed by a comprehensive Climate Risk and Opportunity Assessment, and by the Clyde Rebuilt project. Collaborative action Innovative partnerships and collaborations will be key to adapting to the impacts of climate change. Climate Ready Clyde grew out of a Sniffer project, delivered through the Adaptation Scotland programme, with initial support and advice from Clydeplan, Glasgow City Council, Clyde Valley Green Network Partnership and the Scottish Government. The initiative now includes fifteen partners from across Glasgow City Region: East Dunbartonshire Council, East Renfrewshire Council, Glasgow City Council, Inverclyde Council, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, NatureScot, North Lanarkshire Council, Renfrewshire Council, SEPA, SGN, South Lanarkshire Council, SPT, University of Glasgow, University of Strathclyde and West Dunbartonshire Council. As Climate Ready Clyde moves from the design phase of the Strategy and Action Plan to delivery, it has adopted a new governance structure that aims to take climate adaptation to the next level, and to engage with a wider range of organisations and sectors to drive systems change. Find out more To find out more about Climate Ready Clyde and to discuss opportunities for collaboration, please contact Catherine Pearce, or visit the Climate Ready Clyde website.