People across Scotland are ทดลองเล่นสล็อต being urged to help tackle the climate emergency ahead of COP26 in Glasgow later this year.
A major TV, radio and digital campaign called Let's do Net Zero has been launched to highlight the benefits a net-zero society would bring to the economy, health and the environment.
It also aims to raise awareness of climate change and biodiversity loss.
Scotland is committed to reaching net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2045.
Capital investment of £1.9bn will be spent on low-carbon projects in 2021/22 to tackle climate change and create green jobs.
The Scottish government's domestic campaign will provide information and resources on how people can help reduce emissions while improving their health and wellbeing. It will also highlight the achievements of communities, businesses and organisations that have already taken action to reduce emissions and introduce more environmentally-sustainable practices.
The international campaign will demonstrate the action that Scotland is taking to protect the planet, inviting global collaboration ahead of COP26.
Surveys suggest that at least three quarters of the Scottish public agree that action on climate change must be taken now, while under a quarter consider themselves knowledgeable about the consequences of failing to act.
Michael Matheson, secretary for net zero, energy and transport, said: "Scotland was one of the first countries in the world to declare a climate emergency and we are wholly committed to ending our contribution to climate change, definitively, by 2045.
"We can be proud that we have already halved our greenhouse gas emissions since 1990, but the second half of the journey to becoming a net-zero nation will be far more challenging, and require everyone to play their part."