Blogs

Ben’s strategy blog: Today the arts, tomorrow the world!

Well, for a start, change by individual organisations is very difficult One of the things I learned from the research …

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#GreenTease Podcast: What’s the social and environmental cost of recorded music?

We joined Dr Matt Brennan for the launch of his new music venture Citizen Bravo‘s debut album ‘Build A Thing of …

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Start your own Sustainable Fringe! – Sustainability Day at Fringe Central

Join us in the Respite Room in Fringe Central (Venue 2) on Monday 5 August 2019 for a day celebrating …

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#GreenTease Podcast: Can experiencing fiction and the unfamiliar help to change the way humans act and relate to the climate crisis?

The latest episode “Can experiencing fiction and the unfamiliar help to change the way humans act and relate to the …

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Ben’s Strategy Blog: What exactly is the Overton Window?

Instead of gluing myself to North Bridge, I’ve been working on long-term, slow stuff: developing strategic relationships, planning training for …

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Guest Blog: I CAN’T WAIT TO DRIVE A CAR!

We’re all just back from a cycle ride. exhausted, smiling, happy, we’re already talking about where we might cycle tomorrow. …

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#GreenTease Podcast: Can art get people travelling more sustainably?

Can art get people travelling more sustainably? To allow you to hear the full presentations and a summary of discussions …

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Guest Blog: Staging Change – A green theatre network

As storytellers, performers and makers have a unique capacity to explore key issues with audiences both on and off the …

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Guest Blog: Crises. Crocuses. Creativity.

I’m currently Artist in Residence with the brilliant Bike for Good documenting their Velocommunities project which has two main aims; Firstly, …

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Green Tease report: Re-Imagining the Dunion

‘The beacons bleeze on Dunion tap.’ From the song ‘ Jethart’s Here’ On Tuesday 20 November 2018, 23 of us were …

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