Case Study: Communicating Sustainability at Dundee Rep

18th December 2015

Jaci Stewart, the Green Arts Initiative Green Champion for Dundee Rep Theatre got in touch with Creative Carbon Scotland to share their presentation on what the organisation has been doing to reduce their environmental impact. Dundee Rep is a major theatre and events venue in the east of Scotland, also home to Dundee Rep Theatre is home to Dundee Rep Ensemble, Scottish Dance Theatre and Rep Creative Learning.

Addressing a multitude of different areas – from creating an environmental policy with the support of top management, to increasing biodiversity in their local area – the presentation gives an excellent overview of the myriad ways arts organisation can examine opportunities for sustainability within their work.

Originally intended for enhanced internal staff communication, and to show to external partners or auditors, it also acts as a real-world example for our GAI community to take inspiration from!

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The Green Arts Initiative is a networked community of arts organisations across Scotland working to increase the environmental sustainability of the sector. You can find out more about the other members, and the community, here.

 

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