Resources: Guidance

Creative Carbon Scotland’s Guide to Climate Policy

Understanding international and national policies can help strengthen and inform your climate action. There are also lots of technical terms …

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Creative Carbon Scotland’s Guide to your Digital Carbon Footprint

While the term ‘digital footprint’ is generally defined as the traces of data left behind from an individual or an …

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Electric vehicles and their role in the green recovery

We know from our work with Scotland’s cultural sector and our carbon management planning and emissions reporting support that travel …

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Further Resources on Arts and Sustainability

We continually update this list with anything we encounter through our Culture/SHIFT projects and welcome suggestions for things that should be included. If you …

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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 Preventing, Reducing and Recycling Waste

The guide contains:  The policy background for waste reduction  An introduction to the waste hierarchy   Preventing and reducing waste  How to re-use …

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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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