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Read: May 2020 newsletter

Our May newsletter is out now! Featuring: Two new blogs Reflections from a recent Green Tease Two new online resources …

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Successful proposal to SGSAH

Creative Carbon Scotland, in partnership with the University of Glasgow has successfully applied to the Scottish Graduate School for Arts …

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Open call: Reimagining Museums for Climate Action

Eight competition winners will be awarded £2500 each to develop their ideas for an exhibition at Glasgow Science Centre ahead …

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Opportunity: Call for environmentalists, artists, campaigners, and creatives

Green Tease is a community and events programme organised by Creative Carbon Scotland exploring interactions between environmentalism and the arts. Since the outbreak …

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Opportunity: One Ocean – COP26 data workshop

Creative Informatics is seeking participants to take part in a workshop with up to 20 climate scientists, data specialists and …

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Green Tease Reflections: #arts4cop26 online planning discussion

The event opened with introductions from Kat Jones of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland (SCCS) and writer and artist Wallace Heim …

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ONLINE EVENT – Young People and Evidence: lessons from youth debate on climate change

RSE/SCRR Peter Wilson Lecture In order to produce scientifically-sound and socially-just solutions, our responses to global climate change must encompass …

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Opportunity: Sustainability First art and essay prizes

Sustainability First, a think tank and charity seeking to promote practical ways to deliver environmental, social and economic wellbeing, is …

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Ben’s Strategy Blog: Navigating a future for our arts post-COVID-19

Scotland’s cultural sector is in terrible pain and filled with uncertainty about the future. Artists and freelancers have seen their …

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Decoupling Advisory Group Embedded Artist Project

Zero Waste Scotland has recently formed an independent advisory group, the purpose of which is to analyse the challenges associated …

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