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Book your ticket for the Cultural Adaptations conference

The conference marks the conclusion of Cultural Adaptations: an action research project supported by the Creative Europe programme of the …

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Cheaper renewable energy for arts and culture

However, historically the price of renewable energy has made it difficult for cultural organisations to switch. It can also be confusing to …

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Cultural Adaptations Conference – tickets launching soon!

The conference, which aims to share the learnings from the Creative Europe-funded project over four days of presentations, workshops and …

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Guest blog: Common-sense solutions to our climate and nature crises

In Carbon Choices, I identify five common sense principles to tackle climate change: 1. Price carbon pollution 2. Consume carefully, …

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#arts4cop26 January Get-together

Sign up to attend here. COP26 is taking place in Glasgow in November 2021 and apparently it’s going ahead no …

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Read: December 2020 newsletter

Our December edition is now available. Featuring: Our first South American case study EVs and the green recovery Meet our …

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PhD candidate, Emma Hall, joins Creative Carbon Scotland

Applications were invited and interviews for the position were conducted in late July. Now, it is with great pleasure that …

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Green Arts Initiative January online meetup

Let’s kick off the new year with a Green Arts catch-up and a chance to see some friendly faces. At …

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Climate Ready Clyde – draft adaptation strategy consultation

Climate Ready Clyde, a leading climate change adaptation initiative, has written a draft strategy on how the Glasgow City Region …

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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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