Project blog: Cùram Cuain – Embrace the Sea

In August 2021, Orkney-based artists Saoirse Higgins and Jonathan Ford were selected to collaborate with SEASOH, working towards the delivery …

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Guest blog: Fathom – a response to Cùram Cuain

The measurement, like many, is based on your own body. It also involves a stretch. Your fingertips extend out to …

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Guest blog: The Fifth Giant (or What Would You Do?)

Titled The Land for Those That Work It, our Climate Beacon seeks to explore issues of land justice, climate colonialism …

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Guest blog: COP 26 – overwhelming, alienating, inspiring and moving

With big thanks to the determined perseverance of Lewis Coenen-Rowe at Creative Carbon Scotland in navigating the complex registration process, …

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Guest blog: European Day of Sustainable Communities 2021

On 18th September, organisations around Europe celebrated Ecolise’s Annual European Day of Sustainable Communities (EDSC). In the anticipation of COP26, …

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A day in the life at COP26

Last week, I was lucky enough to attend a day at COP26 – witnessing negotiations, attending talks and meeting lots …

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Green Tease Reflections: Energy Politics and Just Transition

Energy systems; coal, oil, renewables help shape our economic and political structures. The discovery of oil in the North Sea …

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Reframing how we measure success – Scott Crawford Morrison

A recording of Scott’s talk, with slides, is available here: My name is Scott Crawford Morrison, and I work …

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Guest blog: Joyce McMillan on Scotland’s Climate Assembly Report & the Cultural Sector

THE PUBLICATION of the report and recommendations of Scotland’s Climate Assembly, on 23rd June this year, could hardly have been …

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Creating future visions for the seas of the Outer Hebrides

The activities followed the structure of past, present and future (in Gaelic: An-dè – yesterday, An-diugh’s – today, and A-Màireach …

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