Tag Archives: artists in sustainability

Guest Blog: Developing a Carbon Neutral Fringe Show

A few weeks ago, I read an interview with a writer of a show about climate change (I’ve been trying …

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Ben’s Strategy Blog: Belfast dispatches on Brexit, theatre and climate change

The conference began with theatre critic and political commentator Fintan O’Toole giving a great keynote address about why and how …

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Ben’s Strategy Blog: Fossil fuel companies’ sponsorship of the arts

The full statement that we’ve signed reads, ‘We do not take any oil, coal, or gas corporate sponsorship for our …

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The Green Arts Conference: Spotlight on sustainability

The Green Arts Conference: Spotlight on sustainability will take place on Wednesday 1st November 2017, this year at Partick Burgh …

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51 Shades of Green Report Published!

Read the 51 Shades of Green: Action in the Arts conference report. During the day, we heard from 17 different …

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Ben’s Strategy Blog: Cultural Shift: Making Progress at Two Major Conferences in Scotland

Nearly 100 Green Champions from all sorts of cultural organisations, individual artists and workers in the sector from relevant organisations …

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The 51 Shades of Green Conference

This year’s 51 Shades of Green conference will take place on the 27th of October 2016, at the Pearce Institute in Glasgow.

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Ben’s Strategy Blog: Culture/Shift: Working with the Arts for Mitigation & Adaptation

Over the summer Creative Carbon Scotland focused more than we have in the past on talking to people and organisations …

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Changing The Culture Reflections

For those who couldn’t make it, here’s our summary of the event! The Fringe and the Context Rachel Sanger, Head …

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Ben’s Strategy Blog: Brexit, Climate Change and the Arts

Less than a week after the Brexit vote, we learned this morning that the UK Government has committed to a …

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