Resources: Data Gathering

Carbon Management in the Cultural Sector: Going to Plan?

Video of the opening presentation Fiona and Caro from Creative Carbon Scotland set the scene by discussing carbon management regulation …

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Craft Scotland and Make it Green

The articles feature advice on working with alternative materials, reusing and upcycling, sourcing local materials, preserving natural environments, and much …

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Case Study: Emission Recording – Culture Republic

Here in Scotland, we’re grateful to live in one of the most beautiful places in the world. And because of …

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Voluntary environmental reporting 2014-15

Download Voluntary Environmental Reporting for 2014-15 This report provides an analysis of the  carbon emissions data that were submitted to …

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RFO Carbon Reporting Infographic

  In 2015, RFOs were invited to provide information on their environmental impacts in the Environmental section of Creative Scotland’s …

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Case Study: Green Initiatives – North Lands Creative Glass workshop

The centre provides support for artists working with glass as an artform: providing facilities, opportunities and creative inspiration at an …

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Case Study: Data Collection – Fringe Reuse and Recycle Days

Running since 2009, the Fringe Reuse and Recycle Days occur at the end of each Edinburgh Festival Fringe season, and …

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Case Study: Resource Efficiency – Lyceum Theatre

Since 2006  staff at The Lyceum Threatre in Edinburgh have been working hard to reduce the impact of their building. By …

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