Guest blog: Common-sense solutions to our climate and nature crises

In Carbon Choices, I identify five common sense principles to tackle climate change: 1. Price carbon pollution 2. Consume carefully, …

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Opportunity: Endangered Landscapes Artist Residencies and Art Prize

An exciting new opportunity has been launched by the Endangered Landscapes Programme inviting artists to undertake a residency in eight …

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Read: December 2020 newsletter

Our December edition is now available. Featuring: Our first South American case study EVs and the green recovery Meet our …

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Opportunity: QEST craft funding available

The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST) supports excellence in British craftsmanship through scholarship and apprenticeship funding, striving to make a …

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PhD candidate, Emma Hall, joins Creative Carbon Scotland

Applications were invited and interviews for the position were conducted in late July. Now, it is with great pleasure that …

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Opportunity: RSA Annual Exhibition 2021 – Call to Artists

The RSA Annual Exhibition is the most extensive exhibition of contemporary art and architecture in Scotland. Having been a mainstay …

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Opportunity: RSA Annual Exhibition 2021 – Call to Architects

We are delighted to announce that the RSA Open Exhibition of Architecture is returning once again this spring as part …

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Green Tease Reflections: Understanding Climate Complexity

The event commenced with an introduction from Dr Hannah Grist from Blue Action, in which she outlined the aims of …

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Opportunity: Artist outreach – Christmas exhibition

Painted Turtle Galleries is a brand new, eco-conscious online art gallery that will launch on 5th December 2020. Our mission …

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Read: November 2020 newsletter

Our November edition is now available. Featuring: Ben’s Strategy Blog: How, and why, are we applying cultural practices to Clyde …

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