Carbon Reduction in the Creative Industries: Scoping Report Published

10th April 2018

In order to understand how the Creative Industries could reduce their carbon emissions, and benefit socially and economically from these …

In order to understand how the Creative Industries could reduce their carbon emissions, and benefit socially and economically from these efforts, the research concentrated on two particular sub-sectors: the craft sector, and the digital content sector.

The report describes the the work undertaken during the study, the responses of the interviewed businesses, and the main findings. It outlines the main sources of carbon emissions for these sub-sectors, as well as existing low-carbon activities already in place and the main opportunities for reduction. Finally, it provides recommendations to actions that could be taken, and the barriers that may be experienced.

The report will be of most interest to those working in, or supporting, the craft and digital content sectors of the Scottish creative industries.

Take a look at the resource now!

Carbon Reduction in the Creative Industries 


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