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Green Tease Reflections: Understanding Climate Complexity

The event commenced with an introduction from Dr Hannah Grist from Blue Action, in which she outlined the aims of …

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Case Study: Sculpture Placement Group’s ‘Gumtree for the Arts’

CAN (Circular Arts Network) was designed as a sustainable way for people to give away or sell arts materials, equipment, …

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Read: November 2020 newsletter

Our November edition is now available. Featuring: Ben’s Strategy Blog: How, and why, are we applying cultural practices to Clyde …

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Ben’s Strategy Blog: How, and why, are we applying cultural practices to Clyde Rebuilt? 

Our partners on the Clyde Rebuilt project are Sniffer, a resilience-focused charity that runs the Adaptation Scotland programme for the Scottish …

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Creative Carbon Scotland supports new data-driven project

Creative Carbon Scotland’s Carbon Management Planning Officer Caro Overy is receiving the funding through Creative Informatics and Creative Edinburgh’s Connected …

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The Big Climate Debate – Politics & the Climate Emergency (online)

The Big Climate Debate – ‘Politics & the Climate Emergency’ – is YOUR opportunity to influence climate change policies. The …

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Green Arts December online meetup

Members of the Green Arts Initiative are invited to join us for our  December online meetup. Have you written a …

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Green Tease December Meetup

Sign up on Eventbrite. This is the seventh in an ongoing series of informal meetups that Creative Carbon Scotland organised …

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Symposium – After the Pandemic

After the Pandemic Symposium is a one-day digital event exploring creative, design and community focused responses to the pandemic. There …

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Train to become a CPD-certified Green Champion

Rising energy costs, the climate emergency and increasing consumer pressure continue to challenge the way that businesses across Scotland manage …

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