Resources: Engagement

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: 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: 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: The CCA Cultural Tenants Green Team

For organisations that are tenants or only one of the organisations within a larger building, achieving changes to reduce the …

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Case Study: Creative Engagement and Active Travel with Art Walk Projects’ ‘Footprint’

Art Walk Projects started out initially as a pilot project in 2015 producing the annual Art Walk Porty festival, run …

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Case Study: Young People and the Environment at Impact Arts

Impact Arts and Our Bright Future Impact Arts received funding from Our Bright Future: a lottery-funded programme that supports young …

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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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Case Study: Staff Engagement – Glasgow Print Studio

Until the appointment of a Green Champion, Glasgow Print Studio only had recycling in place for wooden pallets, with the …

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Case Study: Artist Engagement – The Edinburgh College of Art

Working with artists is a key way to affect the sustainability of the arts sector: artists can have a significant …

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Case Study: Raising Awareness of Sustainability at the Scottish Sculpture Workshop

Between October 2012 and April 2013, artists Baxter and Gittins undertook a part-time residency at Scottish Sculpture Workshop (SSW), in …

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