Resources: Case Studies

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: Edinburgh Art Festival and Ellie Harrison on adaptation and advocacy through art

You can watch a filmed version of this case study here.   Amanda Airey on the Edinburgh Art Festival’s comprehensive …

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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: Sculpture Placement Group’s ‘Gumtree for the Arts’

CAN (Circular Arts Network) was designed as a sustainable way for people to give away or sell arts materials, equipment, …

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Case study: Grid Iron on being flexible and green despite COVID-19

Up until 23rd March 2020 we at Grid Iron were pretty far ahead in our planning for our August outdoor …

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Case Study: Fife Contemporary’s ‘Climate Emergency in Practice’ Day

Fife Contemporary is a St Andrews-based contemporary visual art and craft organisation. Formerly the Crawford Arts Centre, we now work …

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Case Study: Olive Pearson Designs and zero-waste textiles

Introduction to my work I’m Olive, the designer-maker behind the luxury knitted accessories brand Olive Pearson Designs. Now in my …

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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: North East Arts Touring Screening of Vitamin Sea

The Partnership At NEAT Shows we promote theatre performances and cinema screenings in rural venues across Aberdeenshire and Moray via …

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Case Study: Nevis Ensemble and ‘Green Nevis’

Nevis Ensemble is different. There’s nothing else quite like us in Scotland. Our vision is music for everyone, everywhere. And we …

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