Resources: Engagement

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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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 Adapting to Climate Change

What is climate change adaptation? Although many of us are now taking significant action to reduce the release of the …

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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: 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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