Resources: Staff Engagement

Carbon Management in the Cultural Sector: Going to Plan?

Video of the opening presentation Fiona and Caro from Creative Carbon Scotland set the scene by discussing carbon management regulation …

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Case Study: Behaviour Change – Bedlam Theatre

The Bedlam Theatre has been a committed member of Green Arts Initiative ever since 2012, when it committed to its first environmental …

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Case Study: Staff Engagement – The Pleasance

This is a big, celebratory event where the Pleasance team talk about not just the practicalities of working there but …

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Case Study: Raising Awareness of Sustainability at the Scottish Sculpture Workshop

Between October 2012 and April 2013, artists Baxter and Gittins undertook a part-time residency at Scottish Sculpture Workshop (SSW), in …

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Case Study: Tenant Engagement – Film City Glasgow

The new Programme for Sustainability ensures that environmental benefits are maintained over time as the organisation aims to impact on the wider …

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Case Study: Reducing Waste – Edinburgh International Festival

When addressing its waste production The Edinburgh International Festival (EIF), based in The Hub, made a number of changes to the way it …

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