51 Shades of Green Report Published!

23rd November 2016

Our second annual conference for Green Arts organisations look place on Thursday 27th October 2016. Read our report on the day to find out about all the topics, ideas and knowledge discussed!

Read the 51 Shades of Green: Action in the Arts conference report.

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During the day, we heard from 17 different speakers across two spaces, with 9 sustainable suppliers and support organisations hosting stalls throughout the event. Talks concentrated on everything from energy reduction to transport policy; staff engagement to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals: all of which you can read about in the report, which aims to give detail to the day!

Now focusing on the aims, ambitions and currently actions of the 170-strong Green Arts Initiative membership, we’re already thinking about next year! If you wish to participate in our annual conference, as a speaker, stallholder, or participant, or have ideas about content, location or structure, please get in touch by emailing:  Catriona.Patterson@creativecarbonscotland.com


Our annual conference is an event for (and by!) the Green Arts Initiative community: an interactive, free-to-join, community of practice for all Scottish arts organisations aiming to reduce their environmental impact. We are supported by PR Print and Design and an Arts & Business Scotland New Arts Sponsorship grant. 

To find out more about the GAI, or to become a member, go to our Green Arts Initiative project page.

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