Green projects

Cycling film to premiere during Scotland’s Climate Week

‘Let’s Go! A film about cycling, community and climate change’ is the second film to be produced from the two-year …

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Event: Mapping Sustainability & the Arts

What cultural and sustainability activities are taking place in Edinburgh and Glasgow? How do we map existing networks and find …

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#GreenFests Blog: Celebrating Edinburgh’s Community Gardens

How do you connect local communities, creative performers and environmental sustainability all in one? In our yearly #GreenFests blog series, we have …

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The 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Sustainable Practice Award Toolkit is Live

The Edinburgh Fringe Sustainable Production Award is back! This official Edinburgh Festival Fringe award (run by the Center for Sustainable …

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Creative Carbon Scotland’s Summer Festival Season

We recently realised just how much we managed to fit in this summer! I bet you’d be surprised, we were! …

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Meet Sarah Diver Lang, the crafter of the 2015 Fringe Sustainable Practice Award

Back in June Creative Carbon Scotland advertised an opportunity for a local artist to craft this years Fringe Sustainable Practice …

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#GreenFests: The 2015 Fringe Swap Shop

This year’s Fringe Swap Shop (formerly known as the Reuse & Recycle Days) rounded off the end of the summer …

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‘Dead niche’ green festivals need to move mainstream

The Fields of Green research team share reflections on their summer research at Xpo North Festival and Solas Festival, exploring …

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#GreenFests: How the Edinburgh MELA is making us eat green

The end of August generally sees the winding down of the summer festivals. Not so for the Edinburgh MELA which …

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Our 2015 Fringe Sustainable Practice Award Finalists

Although we initially planned to have fewer finalists for the 2015 Fringe Sustainable Practice Award, this year’s shortlist provided a …

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