Resources: Audiences

Case Study: Glasgow Women’s Library on Retrofitting, Community Gardening and Sharing Green Learnings

This case study was produced by Glasgow Women’s Library Green Cluster members Becca Lewis, Facilities Management Officer and Gabrielle Macbeth, …

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Case Study: Theatre Gu Leòr responds to the climate emergency both logistically and artistically

As an arts organisation that receives public funding, we have an obligation to manage our carbon footprint and report on …

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Case Study: Behaviour Change – Bedlam Theatre

The Bedlam Theatre has been a committed member of Green Arts Initiative ever since 2012, when it committed to its first environmental …

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Case Study: Wee Green Cinema at Take One Action Film Festivals

Although the cycle-cinema idea is springing up across the world, Take One Action Film Festivals have recently begun incorporating their …

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