Resources: Advocacy

A History of Arts and Culture at COPs

Many people from arts and culture are keen to get involved with making the most of this moment, but what …

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Creative Carbon Scotland’s Guide to Making Plans for COP26

Each COP involves a closed ‘blue zone’ where negotiations take place and country ‘pavilions’ are situated as well as a …

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Creative Carbon Scotland’s Guide to Climate Justice

This guide includes:  The basics: What is climate justice?  Why is climate justice relevant to Scottish arts and culture organisations?  How can you run your organisation in …

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Creative Carbon Scotland’s Guide to Green Champions: Building Competency and Capacity

From our years of work with members of the Green Arts Initiative we know that Green Champions across all art …

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Creative Carbon Scotland’s Guide to Communicating Climate Change

In this guidance you will find information on: Why you should be talking about climate change What makes people take …

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Case Study: Start the Change with Highland One World’s Change Makers

Since 1992 Highland One World Global Learning Centre have supported schools in the Highlands and Islands to promote Global Citizenship …

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Case Study: Scottish Sculpture Workshop and Supply Chains

Scottish Sculpture Workshop (SSW) has for a long time engaged with environmental issues and visiting artists are encouraged to entangle …

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How can culture support political action on climate change?

As a sector, it can feel like there is a conflict between the moral imperative to engage with climate change …

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Case Study: Ethical Making at The City of Glasgow College Jewellery Department

Committing to Ethical Making In March 2018, The City of Glasgow College Jewellery Department signed the ‘Ethical Making Pledge’ alongside …

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