Blogs

Ben’s Strategy Blog: It IS What You Do (Not Just the Way You Do It)

Most if not all public bodies, which include everything from local authorities, universities and NHS trusts to cultural NDPBs such …

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October Green Tease Reflections

In late October, we met in the School of Geosciences (University of Edinburgh) for one of our regular Green Tease …

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Ben’s Strategy Blog: Cultural Shift: Making Progress at Two Major Conferences in Scotland

Nearly 100 Green Champions from all sorts of cultural organisations, individual artists and workers in the sector from relevant organisations …

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Extending Practice: Choreography & Sustainability Workshop Reflections

The initial aim of the workshop was to explore how choreographic practices might contribute to environmental movements and sustainability. We …

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Ben’s Strategy Blog: Culture/Shift: Working with the Arts for Mitigation & Adaptation

Over the summer Creative Carbon Scotland focused more than we have in the past on talking to people and organisations …

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Thinking through the Anthropocene: Arts & Sustainability Residency Reflections

The premise of this year’s residency was to explore the ways artists can respond to, reflect and address the Anthropocene, …

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#GreenFests: The 2016 Swap Shop

This year the Swap Shop accepted flyers and posters from individual productions that were to be recycled as well as …

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Maker Coral Mallow on creating the Fringe Sustainable Practice Award piece

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe! It is an exciting time to be in the city with it’s candy wrapper costume of …

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#GreenFests: Top Ten Things to See in Edinburgh this Week

  The end of the Fringe is always bittersweet – the returning quiet will be eagerly welcomed by many, but …

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Changing The Culture Reflections

For those who couldn’t make it, here’s our summary of the event! The Fringe and the Context Rachel Sanger, Head …

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