Creative Scotland’s announcement about Regular Funding re-iterated that each RFO will be required to develop a Carbon Management Plan by September 2018 to reduce its carbon emissions over the Regular Funding period.
Creative Scotland will require all Regularly Funded Organisations 2018-21, as part of their funding agreements, to produce plans to reduce the carbon emissions related to at least one aspect of their activities. Organisations supported through Open Project Funding and Targeted Funding are also encouraged to do the same.
To support this, from the 20th of February to the 20th of March we are continuing our nationwide series of workshops and webinars for senior management and Green Champions, on how organisations can use our Carbon Management spreadsheet to develop their carbon reduction plans.
Senior management has a key role to play in ensuring that plans are developed and implemented by the whole organisation. We strongly encourage at least one member of the senior management team in each organisation to attend a Workshop session alongside other Green Team members or Green Champions.
These face to face sessions over 2 hours provide an opportunity for discussion to explore how to use the Carbon Management spreadsheet in more detail as well as:
These popular online sessions provide an overview of how to use our Carbon Management spreadsheet to develop emissions reductions plans:
Workshops are being held in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee and Inverness and there are regular webinars planned. See the full list of training and find the dates that work for you.
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