Resources: Guides

Creative Carbon Scotland’s Guide to being a Green Champion

They help to promote sustainability initiatives in their workplace, engaging other members and acting as a contact for those wanting to take action.  Your role …

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Guide to Contributing to the Environment Connecting Theme

Creative Scotland has identified the Environment as one of four the connecting themes that underpins its work and the work it …

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Creative Carbon Scotland’s Guide to Temporary Power

This guide aims to look at some green alternatives to diesel generators and where you should use them and is aimed …

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Sustainable Music Festivals Guide

The guide summarises key research findings and next steps to research including: Best practices and challenges of six Scottish music festivals; …

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Reporting your Carbon Emissions – Guidance for Regularly Funded Organisations

Why report your carbon emissions? Creative Scotland introduced mandatory carbon reporting for all Regularly Funded Organisations from Autumn 2016 and …

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Guide to Measuring Audience Travel

What’s more, this may well have a knock-on effect in the rest of their lives as people realise that sustainable …

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Guidance on Sustainability in the Film & Screen Industry

Here are some helpful resources and links to the guidance currently provided for the film and screen industries. Standards and …

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We believe cultural and creative organisations have a significant influencing power to help shape a sustainable Scotland for the 21st century.


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