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A Historic Moment for Culture and Climate Policy
More than 30 governments as well as key intergovernmental organisations attend the launch of the Group of Friends of Culture-Based Climate Action at COP28
Taking Stock: The Music Sector and the Climate, Nature, Justice Crisis
Reflecting on a busy week for the music programme, our Climate Change Specialist for Music, Richard Phillips, provides his take on where the sector currently stands on its efforts to tackle the climate, nature and justice crisis.
BFI Sustainable Screen Webinar – funded by the National Lottery: Developing Environmental Priorities and Plans
As part of the BFI Sustainable Screen Programme, Julie’s Bicycle is running a webinar for organisations working in the screen sector ‘beyond production’ – from cinemas, festivals and screen archives […]
Raising the Bar: Sustainable Cups for Indoor Venues
This report aims to support indoor venues of all sizes with clear guidance on the most environmentally sustainable cup solutions. It summarises key findings from previous reports, provides a snapshot of current cup systems in use at UK indoor venues and sets out best practice guidance.
Watch Again: BFI Sustainable Screen – Climate Literacy Webinar
Re-watch our Climate Literacy webinar for anyone working in the screen sector.
Watch Again: Creative Climate Tools User Webinar
Re-watch our webinar which introduces the new functionality of the Creative Climate Tools.
PICTURES (from top to bottom) Header carousel – Creative Climate Leadership training, photo by Studio Cano; // Creative Climate Leadership training, photo by Karim Shalaby; // COP26 event, photo by Gaelle Beri; // Howard Assembly Room at Opera North, photo by Tom Arber