Join Creative Carbon Scotland and speakers for our final Green Tease of 2017 with vegan mince pies and discussion, connecting climate change adaptation and culture.
During this event we’re delighted to be joined by René Sommer Lindsay, Project Manager for City of Copenhagen’s Climate Change Adaptation plan, who has recently moved to Scotland and will share his work supporting the introduction and delivery of climate adaptation measures in Copenhagen’s city infrastructure.
Closer to home, we’ll hear from Leonie Alexander, Urban Biodiversity Officer at the Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh, about a new initiative in Granton which is engaging individuals and organisations in climate adaptation through artistic practices with the Museum of FutureNow.
There will be the opportunity to network and share projects in which you’re involved in the upcoming year connecting arts and sustainability in Scotland.
We hope you can join us for some green festive cheer!
Reserve your place
This event is free of charge but does take time and resources to run. Places are limited so please reserve your place here to avoid disappointment on the day.
Creative Carbon Scotland is committed to actively promoting accessibility, equality and inclusivity in all of our work. The venue for this event is wheelchair accessible. If you require further access support please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Green Tease is an ongoing events programme connecting creative practices and environmental sustainability across Scotland. Our Green Tease Open Call is here to support cultural and sustainability practitioners and organisations to run your own events with support from Creative Carbon Scotland.
Find out more about previous and upcoming events and how you can get involved in the Green Tease network.