Consultations and collaborations

Tackling the climate and nature emergency will require action from all parts of society. This includes:

  • national and local governments
  • businesses
  • public and voluntary organisations
  • communities
  • individuals

On this page, we round up information on:

  • how you can engage with our work
  • how we work in partnership with other bodies


Whenever we run consultations on active travel, sustainability or the climate emergency, we share the details on the Engage Stirling website. Using Engage Stirling is an easy way for you to:

  • read Stirling Council's latest draft reports and project proposals
  • vote and comment on proposals
  • submit ideas

Visit Engage Stirling

You can also use Engage Stirling to access detailed information about previous surveys and consultations, including:


Sustainable Stirling Partnership

The Sustainable Stirling Partnership brings together representatives from:

  • the Council
  • other large public sector organisations from the Stirling area

It's a collaborative body that helps us to:

  • work together with these organisations on sustainability and climate change projects
  • work with Clackmannanshire Council on City Region Deal projects, like the Regional Energy Masterplan