The Green Arts Initiative is an interactive community of arts organisations working to reduce their environmental impact and letting the public and audiences know what they are doing. To find out more about the benefits of the GAI, download the Green Arts Initiative One-Pager, or see our annual reports at the bottom of this page.
The Green Arts Initiative is supported by PR Print and Design (a Scottish company dedicated to carbon neutral printing and sustainable supply chains for arts organisations), and Arts and Business’ New Arts Sponsorship Grants, which aim to encourage private sector sponsorship of the cultural sector.
Over 2015, Creative Carbon Scotland began working to develop the GAI into a collaborative community of practice, with increased member communication and benefits. We asked our members about their ambitions for the initiative: what would best aid them to become more sustainable, and how they want the GAI to work! Click here to read the results of our recent member survey.
Green Arts Conference
In October 2015, we hosted our first ever conference for Green Arts organisations, entitled ’50 Shades of Green: Stories of Sustainability in the Arts Sector’, following this one year later with ’51 Shades: Action in the Arts’.
In February 2016, we published the results of our annual feedback form, in our third annual Green Arts Initiative Report. The report details what our green arts organisations got up to over 2015, their inventive ways of reducing their environmental impact, and their plans for creative continuation in 2016! Click on the report, or click here to read it for yourself!
Organisations signed up to the Green Arts Initiative:
Click on the reports below to read about our members, and their progress to date!
A project initiated by Edinburgh’s Festivals with key partners the Federation of Scottish Theatre and Scottish Contemporary Art Network
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