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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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Reflecting on: What is Artwashing?

‘Artwashing’ is a term that has been popularised to describe the ways that major polluters and other organisations that cause …

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Green Tease Reflections: Glocal?

Speakers The speakers at this event were Karen Ridgewell, Principal Design Officer at Architecture & Design Scotland, Anna Hughes, Director …

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New film for COP26 shows climate action needs culture

“Economists, scientists and politicians can’t fix the climate emergency on their own. They can’t change the way people think and …

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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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Climate Beacons for COP26: update for Climate Week 2021

Argyll Beacon In Argyll, Cove Park and ACT have announced a whole series of events and activities taking place across …

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