Participants Sought for Carbon Management Tool Trial

19th July 2017

More arts organisations than ever are measuring their carbon footprint and many Green Champions are keen to find ways to …

More arts organisations than ever are measuring their carbon footprint and many Green Champions are keen to find ways to make reductions in emissions. With so much data available we are developing a better understanding of how the creative sector produces emissions. We are now working on ways to support organisations to develop Carbon Management Plans to proactively avoid emissions on their next projects.

As part of this support we are developing a customised tool which will allow cultural organisations to track their current carbon footprint and to examine opportunities to reduce it. We want to make the tool useful and easy to use so we are asking for help to trial the tool during this development phase.

We will be holding a session for around 5 potential users to come along and provide feedback and suggestions for improvement. The session will take place during August in at our office in Waverley Court in Edinburgh.

If you are interested in helping us with the project, please contact fiona.maclennan@creativecarbonscotland.com.

Deadline August 3 2017.


Creative Carbon Scotland provides year-round training and support on carbon reporting to Scotland’s arts, screen and creative industries. Read the latest Carbon Emissions Report here for the most recent round up of carbon reporting in the cultural sector.

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