Resources: Publicity

Case Study: Start the Change with Highland One World’s Change Makers

Since 1992 Highland One World Global Learning Centre have supported schools in the Highlands and Islands to promote Global Citizenship …

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Case Study: EcoSanta, Ecologisers’ concept-based ten year project

Background We are Ecologisers, the Young People’s International Anti-litter and Environmental Charity SC048663. Ecologisers’ ten-year mission is to promote, publicise …

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How can culture support political action on climate change?

As a sector, it can feel like there is a conflict between the moral imperative to engage with climate change …

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Case Study: Environmental Activism Conversation with Macrobert Arts Centre

Macrobert Arts Centre have been an active member of the Green Arts community for years, but had a long held …

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Case Study: How National Chamber Music Day Went Green

Enterprise Music Scotland and National Chamber Music Day Since September 2011, Enterprise Music Scotland (EMS) has hosted National Chamber Music Day. …

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Case Study: Cinematic Theatre Company

My Luxurious 50 Square Feet Life is a multimedia theatrical production which aims to address the housing shortage in Hong …

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Case Study: Saughtonhall Drama Group and Audience Travel

Director Morag Simpson said: “Our preview article in the Edinburgh Evening news was linked to the fact that we are a green …

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Case Study: Communicating Sustainability at Dundee Rep

Jaci Stewart, the Green Arts Initiative Green Champion for Dundee Rep Theatre got in touch with Creative Carbon Scotland to share …

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Case Study: Waste, Transport and Publicity Sustainability at Assembly

This case study comes to us from Caro Overy, Engagement Manager at the University of Edinburgh’s Social Responsibility and Sustainability …

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Case Study: Resource Efficiency – Edinburgh Festival Fringe

At the end of the Edinburgh Summer Festivals Season each year, Creative Carbon Scotland and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe run …

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