A stocking full of Carbon Management treats

It’s been a great first year of Carbon Management Planning, so a huge thank you to everyone who’s been involved. …

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Watch: “Improve Scotland” the winning entry from Levenmouth Adapts’ Creative Minds competition

In the film, Improve Scotland’s intrepid reporter Chris Peacock takes to the streets – and shore and local amusements arcade …

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Opportunity: Call for Artists – Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail 2019

Artists from all over Scotland and beyond are being invited to re-design Oor Wullie and his very famous dungarees for …

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Guest Blog: Unplug, switch off, shutdown – 16 seasonal energy-saving actions

Christmas is a time for enjoying some sparkle and hopefully a bit of rest and relaxation. It’s not a time …

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News: New film ‘The Carbon Farmer’ launched

In their current state the UK’s peatlands are a source of around 20 million tonnes of CO2 (equivalent) per year …

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Meet Marek & Ianco, young stars of new VeloCommunities film

An uplifting new short film about “VeloCommunities”, a project which is widening access to cycling and helping Glasgow be a …

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Opportunity: Cultural Adaptations seeks Embedded Artist

*Please note: the deadline for applications has now passed* This is an exciting, paid opportunity for an artist or cultural …

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The biggest Green Arts Conference ever! – Read all about it

Scotland’s arts & cultural sector came together this month to drive forward action for a better world. Over 150 people came …

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Creative Engagement with Levenmouth Adapts

On Wednesday 28 November Creative Industries students from Fife College were taken for a tour of Levenmouth to hear how …

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Could you manage Carbon Management?

We asked those who submitted plans as part of the first year of mandatory Carbon Management Planning for Regularly Funded …

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