Mr. Jackson
@mrjackson

Our Team

The Climate Action Fife team are working together to create climate action across Fife. Find out who they are and why they are hopeful that we can tackle the climate emergency.

Our Team

get in touch
Development Worker (Communications & Events, Greener Kirkcaldy)
Andrea Harrower
Andrea supports communications for Climate Action Fife, including our website, campaigns and social media.
Why I’m hopeful of tackling the climate emergency

Build it and they will come. By building a strong network of community-led action and support across Fife, we can give people the tools, resources and motivation to join us in the fight against the climate emergency.
Environmental Strategy Officer, Fife Council (Climate Change & Zero Waste Team)
Chiara Fingland
Chiara is Climate Action Fife’s public sector engagement coordinator. She runs training and events for public sector organisations. She also supports communities and partners to embed climate action in their plans and strategies.
Why I’m hopeful of tackling the climate emergency

There’s a growing momentum and opportunity to work collaboratively across Fife’s public sector and community organisations. I’m hopeful that through taking action together we can create climate ready places across Fife.
Community Engagement Team Manager, Greener Kirkcaldy
Ea O'Neill
Ea manages the Climate Action Fife project on behalf of the lead partner Greener Kirkcaldy. She supports the project team, looks after the partners and works with our funder the Climate Action Fund.
Why I’m hopeful of tackling the climate emergency

We've got the knowledge and technology to do this! Now it's about changing the way we behave - and we can do it if we work together.
Senior Energy Advisor, St Andrews Environmental Network
Gavin Brady
Gavin manages St Andrews Environmental Network’s energy projects and is an Energy Advisor on the Climate Friendly Homes strand.
Why I’m hopeful of tackling the climate emergency

There’s been a considerable shift in attitude towards the climate crisis and what people can do personally to reduce their footprint. I’m excited to provide direct support for people to realise their potential for change.
Development Worker – Climate Friendly Gardens, PLANT
Gillian Fyfe
Gillian leads on Climate Friendly Gardens on the Climate Action Fife project. She runs training and events on climate-friendly gardening and coordinates five gardens which will show good practice in gardening for climate change.
Why I’m hopeful of tackling the climate emergency

There is an increased awareness of the benefits and pleasures of gardening and connecting with the natural world which is leading to more action.
Business Outreach Coordinator, Greener Kirkcaldy
Louise Oliver
Louise works with businesses and community groups across Fife, helping them cut carbon through reducing their energy use and food waste.
Why I’m hopeful of tackling the climate emergency

Young people are so acutely aware of the need for action on climate change, their enthusiasm and intelligence on the climate emergency is inspiring.
Climate Action Fife Youth Worker
Marianne O'Neill
Marianne is a Youth worker with Youth 1 st and the Climate Action Fife Team. In her role she aims to support young people throughout Fife to actively engage with climate change by delivering fun informative sessions, activities, and workshops.
Why I’m hopeful of tackling the climate emergency

Young people within our community are our future voice and through developing their knowledge and understanding. I hope to give them the support needed to be able to tackle issues related to the Climate Emergency. Inspire change!
Development Worker, Greener Kirkcaldy
Michelle Selbie
Michelle is a Development Worker with Climate Action Fife's lead partner Greener Kirkcaldy. She creates and runs training and community engagement events to get people talking about the climate emergency and take action.
Why I’m hopeful of tackling the climate emergency

Community is the answer to climate challenges. At the heart of Fife's diverse communities there is the strength and energy to bring about positive change. Getting more people involved will build up our capacity to become more climate friendly, climate ready and climate just.
Energy Advice Team Leader, Greener Kirkcaldy
Michael Hildrew
Michael leads the energy advice team at Greener Kirkcaldy and delivers the Climate Friendly Homes strand of Climate Action Fife.
Why I’m hopeful of tackling the climate emergency

We have the tools and knowledge to make a meaningful impact. By working together and taking decisive action we can protect our planet but also address systemic inequalities and injustices in our communities.
Development Worker (Cycling Outreach), Greener Kirkcaldy
Peter Wooding
Peter works with the Community Outreach Team promoting cycling and active travel. He runs maintenance workshops and led rides and confidence training. He supports communities around Fife to develop their own active travel programmes.
Why I’m hopeful of tackling the climate emergency

We can be the change we want to see! I believe by tackling the climate emergency we can build a better and fairer world to live in.
Development Worker (Cycling Outreach), Greener Kirkcaldy
Ralph Jessop
From commuting, to mountain biking, if it's about two wheels Ralph will be there. In his role he is supporting more people to travel by bike, as part of the Community Cycling Outreach Team.
Why I’m hopeful of tackling the climate emergency

We have such a passionate outreach team with amazing skills, supporting people to make small changes that lead to a big difference in the greener ways we live.
Community Tree Planting Officer, Fife Coast & Countryside Trust
Rebecca Logsdon
Rebecca leads on community tree planting. She runs tree related training and supports communities to develop plans to plant trees in their local area. She is also the network coordinator for Fife Tree Wardens.
Why I’m hopeful of tackling the climate emergency

Communities in Fife have an ambition to plant a tree for every person in the region and there is already some fantastic action that we can build on.
Communications Lead, Greener Kirkcaldy
Rory Syme
Rory leads and coordinates communications for Climate Action Fife, including our website, campaigns and social media.
Why I’m hopeful of tackling the climate emergency

Tackling the climate emergency is possible – if we all make changes in our everyday lives. Climate Action Fife has an important role to play in encouraging this change.

sign up to our newsletter

Packed with information, and resources to help you get involved in climate action in your community.
Subscription Form