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Behaviour Changing

Reduce your energy useage by taking simple, easy actions such as:

  • Minimising building leaks and draughts using draught excluders, closing doors and windows and checking window and door seals are properly maintained
  • Wear warmer clothes in winter – socks, jumpers and blankets will keep you nice and cosy inside. Layers and thermals can help outside
  • Keep radiators clear of furniture

Edinburgh Green Map

Behaviour

Leave your car at home and discover Edinburgh on foot – the green way!

Use this map to explore Edinburgh’s historic sites on foot or by bike, and help reduce carbon emissions.

Community Map

Behaviour

Mapping is a really effective tool to encourage walking, and this is how our community map was created. We hope it encourages you to seek out the highlights on the map for yourself.

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