We provide a range of training and support opportunities to help arts organisations measure, report and reduce their carbon emissions
We have lots of resources and practical tools available to help you embed environmental sustainability into your working practices and learn from the work of others.
We work with artists from a range of disciplines to explore how their practices could respond to questions of sustainability and climate change through residencies, events and commissions.
We support cultural organisations to consider their roles in the transition to a more sustainable society through practical environmental reporting, carbon reduction and communicating with audiences.
We work with funders and policy makers to advocate for the role of the arts and culture in the transition to a more environmentally sustainable society and embed sustainable practices at a strategic level.
2nd February 2017
Understanding how much energy your organisation is using to light and heat your building and offices is often a key financial concern for an organisation. However, such measurement also allows you to deepen your knowledge about which fuels produce the highest carbon emissions, and how best to reduce your bills and your environmental impact simultaneously.
The guide provides advice on a variety of energy topics, including:
We believe cultural and creative organisations have a significant influencing power to help shape a sustainable Scotland for the 21st century.
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A project initiated by Edinburgh’s Festivals with key partners the Federation of Scottish Theatre and Scottish Contemporary Art Network
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Creative Carbon Scotland is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Registered Charity number: SC042687
Registered office: City Chambers, Room 9/50, High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1YJ
© Creative Carbon Scotland 2018. Creative Carbon Scotland is a Scottish Charitable
Incorporated Organisation. Registered Charity number: SC042687
City Chambers, Room 9/50, High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1YJ