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Library of Creative Sustainability: New USA-based Case Studies

The new case studies The four new case studies look at: City as Living Laboratory: an NGO that aims to …

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Valuing Arts and Arts Research

We live in a period of unprecedented environmental change that demands us to completely re-think the ways we collaborate in …

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COP Tales and Cocktails

Creative Carbon Scotland is pleased to invite you to the next in our series of Green Tease events, organised in …

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Carbon Management in the Cultural Sector: Going to Plan?

Video of the opening presentation Fiona and Caro from Creative Carbon Scotland set the scene by discussing carbon management regulation …

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Green Arts Conference 2019: Report and more now available

The conference report for the 2019 Green Arts Conference is now available to download from our website. The report summarises …

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Opportunity: Public Art Commission for Tillydrone Gateway, Aberdeen

This commission is for a public artwork to: Convey a sense of place and reflect the history, heritage and aspirations …

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Conference 2019: Game Plan for a Good Food Nation

This conference is all about achieving change – how we get from where we are to where we need and …

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Our best machines are made of sunshine

Three artists share recent work and thinking around the materials, industries and toxicities connected to contemporary photographic culture.

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Economics of Food and Wellbeing: An Evening with Dr Katherine Trebeck

What would happen if we put aside the economics of endless growth – and the associated risk and damage caused to the planet – and instead focused on how to better use and share the wealth of resources we already have?

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Opportunity: Adopt an Early Warning Sign

Since 2011, Ellie Harrison‘s four rotating ‘climate change’ signs have been touring arts venues across the UK under the mantra …

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