Ben’s Strategy Blog: Culture and climate change is mainstream, now

The first event was our own Green Arts Conference (you can read the report here), which was  a very encouraging …

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Ben’s Strategy blog: Stubborn optimism and imagination

First an inspiring evening at Edinburgh Castle where Christiana Figueres, the architect and driving force behind the Paris Agreement, was …

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Guest Blog: How National Chamber Music Day 2017 went green

We are Enterprise Music Scotland, the national body for chamber music who support, develop and connect the chamber music sector …

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Blog: Ullapool Green Tease Reflections

A few weeks ago, we held for our first Ullapool Green Tease, run in collaboration with An Talla Solais as …

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Blog: Harry Giles – A provocation for the Edinburgh Fringe

Poet Harry Giles presented the Edinburgh Fringe Sustainable Practice Award 2017 on Friday 25 August. Read his provocation to the audience, …

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Blog: July 2017 Green Tease Reflections

Edge Effects: Frontiers in Retreat was a Green Tease held in Glasgow on 27th July led by the Scottish Sculpture Workshop. The …

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Ben’s Strategy blog: Making economics the servant, not the master

I’ve been reading the new edition of Tim Jackson’s Prosperity Without Growth. I read the first edition some years ago …

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Blog: Developing sustainability in the cultural sector

One of Creative Carbon Scotland’s five strategic objectives is to influence the ‘structures’ that shape the cultural sector so that …

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Ben’s Strategy Blog: Carbon Management Planning for cultural SMEs

Back in 2011 we were laying the groundwork for Creative Carbon Scotland. The late and sorely missed Euan Turner and …

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Engaging Communities on Climate Adaptation Through Art

This past weekend CCS co-ran an Arts & Climate Change mini-festival in Middlefield, Aberdeen, as part of a new initiative …

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