General News

Board Briefing at Green Arts Conference for Cultural Trustees

The new Climate Change Bill currently going through the Scottish Parliament sets a net-zero carbon target for Scotland that will …

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Beltane Fire Society receives funding to explore a ‘Green’ Fire Festival

Beltane Fire Society has been awarded £500 from the Climate Challenge Fund, part of Keep Scotland Beautiful, to explore creating …

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Sustainability at the Beyond Borders International Festival

This year, the Beyond Borders International Festival, hosted in the idyllic surrounds of Traquair House on Saturday 24th and Sunday …

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Young Leaders Development Programme (YLDP)

Are you… approx. 18-35 years old living in Scotland interested in tackling climate change? Do you have… a desire to …

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First-ever Sustainable Fringe Awards winners announced!

Pigfoot Theatre and Pianodrome were crowned as the winning company and winning venue, based on their ideas to increase the sustainability of their …

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Tickets launched for Green Arts Conference 2019

‘A fun, informal gathering of passionate sustainability experts and actioners. Expect to leave inspired, equipped and surprisingly satisfied with vegan …

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Emissions reporting and carbon management planning update

Caro Overy will again be working with Creative Carbon Scotland as our Carbon Management Planning Officer and will be available …

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Artist Opportunity – Public Art Commissions in Edinburgh

We are working in partnership with international real estate organisation, Vastint, to deliver an ambitious public art programme as part …

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Opportunity: Commission to create recycling themed art installation

The environmental charity Hubbub UK is looking for Scotland-based artists/designers/makers to create an eye-catching, bold installation for a recycling-on-the-go campaign. …

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Venues and Companies Invited to Apply to Sustainable Fringe Awards 2019

Deadline Friday 2 August! Artists and venues are also invited to submit new, novel, creative or ambitious ideas for increasing …

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