Resources: Practical

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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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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Case Study: Improving cycling facilities with Dundee Rep and Cycling Scotland

Introduction of Works Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre has been working hard to increase its green credentials. The theatre …

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Case Study: The Straw Bale Studio at Moniack Mhor

Moniack Mhor: Scotland’s Creative Writing Centre Moniack Mhor, Scotland’s Creative Writing Centre, is based in Kiltarlity, 14 miles from Inverness. …

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Single Use Plastic Cups: The Alternatives

Why Consider Your Single-Use Plastic Consumption? There are several motivations for cultural organisations to consider their own plastic cup purchasing …

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Case Study: Reuse Swap Shop – Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society

For several years now, the team at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe has run their own Swap Shop and Paper Recycling …

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Case Study: Green Buildings and Content at Glasgow Film

A sustainable building Operating in a building built in 1939 (and B listed) Glasgow Film have been making environmental improvements …

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Case Study: EIFF Video Conferencing

EIFF uses video conferencing to benefit their premieres. As part of their 2014 programme, the Edinburgh International Film Festival hosted …

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