Input your views on A Culture Strategy for Scotland

8th November 2017

Creative Carbon Scotland is inviting people working across arts and sustainability contexts to submit their views on the role of culture in creating a more sustainable Scotland as part of the Scottish Government’s call for contributions to the development of a new Cultural Strategy.

Creative Carbon Scotland is seeking to ensure that the connection between culture and climate change is recognised in the cultural strategy and to open up the conversation of the wider role of culture in society particularly in relation to environmental sustainability.

Sharing your input

We are asking for your views on:

  1. What you perceive as the role of arts and culture in contributing to a more sustainable Scotland at individual, organisational and strategic levels
  2. Examples of good practice and opportunities for new collaborations across cultural and sustainability sectors
  3. Priority areas to further the role of culture in bringing about transformational change to a more sustainable Scotland

The views gathered through this short survey, and the input from the recent Green Tease on the subject, will be fed back annonymised to the Scottish Government and shared more widely through Creative Carbon Scotland’s channels.

Please contribute your views by filling out the short survey below or by completing it on SurveyMonkey by Friday 17th November

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About Creative Carbon Scotland

We believe cultural and creative organisations have a significant influencing power to help shape a sustainable Scotland for the 21st century.


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Edinburgh Festival City Edinburgh Festival City

A project initiated by Edinburgh’s Festivals with key partners the Federation of Scottish Theatre and Scottish Contemporary Art Network

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