New Case Study on Sustainability Initiatives at Assembly

11th October 2015

As a member of our Green Arts Initiative, and a tenant of the increasingly sustainable University of Edinburgh, Assembly has been making creative and significant efforts at improving its social, economic and environmentally sustainable behaviour.

Read our latest case study, which comes to us from the University of Edinburgh’s Social Responsibility and Sustainability Department, to find out more about how Assembly is:

  • Addressing supply chains to make organisation operations much more sustainable
  • Finding creative solutions for waste management problems
  • Linking social and environment sustainability through local suppliers
  • Greening large-scale publicity materials.

You can find this case study, and other case studies from across the arts sector and on a wide range of topics, here.

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