Resources: Staff Engagement

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: 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: The CCA Cultural Tenants Green Team

For organisations that are tenants or only one of the organisations within a larger building, achieving changes to reduce the …

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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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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: 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: 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: Staff Engagement – Glasgow Print Studio

Until the appointment of a Green Champion, Glasgow Print Studio only had recycling in place for wooden pallets, with the …

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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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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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