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Emma Nicolson joins the Creative Carbon Scotland board

Emma Nicolson has replaced outgoing board member, Clare Harris, as SCAN’s nominated trustee, taking up the role in February 2021. Ms Harris, who stepped down …

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Read: February 2021 newsletter

Our February edition is now available. Featuring: Twist’s Shift #2 A new Scottish case study in the Library of Creative Sustainability Latest news …

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Blog: carbon management update 2019-20

Throughout 2020, I supported Creative Scotland RFOs and organisations receiving cultural funding from City of Edinburgh Council with their emissions …

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Opportunity: Call for submissions to the Glasgow Goes Green Festival e-zine

The Glasgow Goes Green Festival is brought to you by UofG, GSA, GCU and Strathclyde universities! We are all so …

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Opportunity: rad2021 traineeship applications

rad is a fantastic opportunity for anyone who would love to work in television but hasn’t been able to find …

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Twist’s Shift #2

It’s taken a little while to publish a second edition but, as for the previous edition, I hope there is …

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Opportunity – Artist outreach: sustainable art exhibition

We are a brand new, eco-conscious art gallery, committed to harnessing the influential power of art as a tool to …

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Opportunity: Co-organise a Green Tease event with us

We are currently looking for ideas for creative events connecting the arts and environmentalism to be run as part of the Green Tease events programme across April …

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Opportunity: The art of energy

Global energy demand continues to rise. To meet this demand energy producers are increasingly relying on innovative methods of harvesting …

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Opportunity: Tiny plays for a brighter future

​ESB has joined forces with Fishamble: The New Play Company to set a challenge for the Irish public, and anyone …

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