Green Tease Reflections: Renfrewshire Arts and Culture

Introductions Leonie Bell, Paisley Partnership Strategic Lead, gave us a quick update on Future Paisley, a programme of events, activity …

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Read: March 2020 Newsletter

Our latest newsletter is out now. Featuring: #GreenArts Day and Green Arts Initiative Annual Report Details for our next Green …

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#GreenArts Day 2020: Live Updates

Green arts day is now over for this year, but scroll down to get some highlights of what happened during …

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Coronavirus Update

We are continuing to organise events but, in line with current government and NHS recommendations, we are looking at holding …

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Opportunity: Artists wanted for Climate Action art exhibition!

Climate Emergency Scotland is a newly formed group of volunteers with the goal of spreading awareness and encouraging action regarding …

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Green Tease Reflections: Climate Justice in Arts and Culture

Introduction Lewis kicked off the discussion by throwing out some examples of campaigns that appear to engage with issues of …

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Opportunity: Zero Waste Scotland and Creative Carbon Scotland seek filmmaker

Zero Waste Scotland has recently formed an independent advisory group whose purpose is to analyse the challenges associated with decoupling …

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Using Glasgow’s e-bikes to help the city achieve net zero

One way ScottishPower is helping local residents play their part in the fight against climate change is through a new …

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Read: February 2020 Newsletter

Our latest newsletter is out now. Featuring: #GreenArts Day tips Cultural Adaptations transnational meeting report Next Green Tease details New …

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Green Tease Reflections: Listening to the Anthropocene

Listening Exercise Emily Doolittle kicked off the event by leading everyone in a listening exercise. We first listened to what we could hear …

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