Carbon Reduction Project

Results from Green Arts Initiative mini survey

GAI mini survey results 2021 A full survey will be circulated to members in late 2021. This will include an …

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A stocking full of Carbon Management treats

It’s been a great first year of Carbon Management Planning, so a huge thank you to everyone who’s been involved. …

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Could you manage Carbon Management?

We asked those who submitted plans as part of the first year of mandatory Carbon Management Planning for Regularly Funded …

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First ever Carbon Management Plans due 5th October

With our handy tools and resources, you can take a look at the current make-up of your carbon footprint and test out different …

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Carbon Reporting 2017-18 due 28th September

All Regularly Funded Organisations should now have received their Annual Statistical Survey for 2017-18 from Creative Scotland which should be …

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How to do your (world-leading) Carbon Management Planning!

All organisations receiving Regular Funding from Creative Scotland are required to submit a Carbon Management Plan by 5th October 2018. …

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Ben’s Strategy Blog: Helping Trump Become Carbon Literate

Fifteen years ago the USA’s failure to ratify the Kyoto Protocol fatally undermined that agreement and damaged geopolitics more widely. …

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Green Arts Initiative Members: Complete Your Annual Feedback Form!

Becoming a member of the Green Arts Initiative is free, but requires members to report once a year on the …

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51 Shades of Green Report Published!

Read the 51 Shades of Green: Action in the Arts conference report. During the day, we heard from 17 different …

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Free Energy & Carbon Audit for Creative Carbon Scotland members in 2016-17

 Free Energy & Carbon Audit for Creative Carbon Scotland members in 2016-17 This Energy and Carbon Audit programme is provided …

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