Zero Carbon Daviot is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) with a broad range of charitable purposes. The organisations main purpose is to engage with every member of the community, in a meaningful way, in order to enable the rapid decarbonisation of the whole community.
We will undertake and support projects that will decarbonise home heating, enable sustainable travel, increase biodiversity, generate renewable energy and increase the climate literacy of all members of the community, especially our children. We will also represent our community by engaging with relevant government agencies, non-governmental organisations, and other interest groups, to identify the best available technology and practices and to source support and funding to achieve the purpose and aims of Zero Carbon Daviot.
For further information, including Membership Criteria, please see the Trust’s constitution, available here.
Applications to join Zero Carbon Daviot as a full member are welcome from any individual aged 16 or over whose main residence (at least 6 months of the year) or business is within the Parish of Daviot. Members have important powers under the constitution
Members have the right to attend members' meetings (including any annual general meeting) and to appoint charity trustees to serve on the board and manage the organisation.
There is no membership fee nor plans to introduce one.
Under charities legislation members must act in the best interests of the charity and seek, in good faith, to ensure the charity acts in a manner which is consistent with its charitable purposes.
Data Protection Statement:
The Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) requires SCIOs to keep a membership register which is available to members and trustees. If requested by a member, the Board will provide a list with names, but NOT their contact details. We will NOT pass your personal information to any third party.
Your application will be considered by the Board of Trustees. If your application is successful you will receive confirmation by email or letter.