Events in 2016
Annual 2015-16 reporting to Creative Scotland for Regularly Funded Organisations
Creative Scotland released the Annual Statistical Survey form to be used for 2015-16 annual reporting from funded organisations which, for the first time included a section for reporting environmental data which had to be be completed by all organisations which are Regularly Funded (RFOs). All reports were submitted by 23rd September 2016.
Voluntary Carbon Reporting 2014-15
During our conversations with arts organisations about how we can reduce our environmental impacts we have often been asked what are the best ways to reduce our carbon footprints and how do we know whether we are doing well? In this report, we’ve tried to answer some of those questions by analysing the environmental data provided last year as part of annual reports to Creative Scotland.
Download a copy of Voluntary Carbon Reporting 2014-15
How you reported on your Green actions and your Carbon emissions for 2014-15 – see our GAI Infographic
This handy infographic sums up information we gathered from over a hundred organisations who now receive regular funding from Creative Scotland (RFOs) to show maximum and typical CO2 impacts. See how many organisations are engaging in environmental actions and where you fit in to the sector.
Carbon Literacy training for screen
With the help of the BAFTA Albert staff we delivered Carbon Literacy training for screen professionals.
We are keen to promote the excellent work done by the BAFTA ALBERT consortium.You can find information on the work ALBERT have been doing as well as case studies and tips on sustainability for screen.
Please contact Fiona MacLennan for more information and to arrange attendance at our next session.
Estimating your Office Energy with the Tenant Energy Toolbox
We created this handy spreadsheet tool to estimate energy use and help with understanding the best opportunities for reductions.
Download the Tenant Energy Toolbox in our Resources Section
Sustainability in Production Alliance
Creative Carbon Scotland presented this session in collaboration with the Sustainability in Production Alliance (SiPA) in Scotland at PLASA Focus Glasgow in January 2016.
Calculating metrics for theatre companies
We helped members of the FST Carbon strategy group to explore ways of measuring how well they are managing their carbon budgets with this handy FST Data Collection spreadsheet for calculating metrics like kg CO2 per ticket sold (to name but one). Please contact Ben Twist or Fiona MacLennan for more information.