Resources: Practical

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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Case Study: Sculpture Placement Group’s ‘Gumtree for the Arts’

CAN (Circular Arts Network) was designed as a sustainable way for people to give away or sell arts materials, equipment, …

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Case study: Grid Iron on being flexible and green despite COVID-19

Up until 23rd March 2020 we at Grid Iron were pretty far ahead in our planning for our August outdoor …

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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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Case Study: Nevis Ensemble and ‘Green Nevis’

Nevis Ensemble is different. There’s nothing else quite like us in Scotland. Our vision is music for everyone, everywhere. And we …

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Funding Focus

Funding from environmental and sustainability organisations Zero Waste Scotland offer a number of funding options for energy efficiency projects including …

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Case Study: Publishing Scotland LED Lighting

BookSource runs a large warehouse space used for the storage and distribution of books. Due to the large scale of …

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Case Study: Green Touring and Catherine Wheels

Sustainable Touring Guidance We’re pleased to see that the recently published Federation of Scottish Theatre Touring Code of Practice highlights …

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Case Study: Creative and Sustainable Re-use with Reset Scenery

Reset Scenery (CIC) is a Scottish based, not for profit company dedicated to providing the Scottish creative arts sector with …

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