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International Touring and Environmental Responsibility
Supporting artists and cultural organisations from England, Denmark and Norway with sustainable touring - applications open!
Art Charter For Climate Action
A charter that aligns the global art sector with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the goals of the United Nations Paris Agreement.
Overheated with Billie Eilish
Overheated, a climate event hosted by Billie Eilish returned for its second year. Our Climate Justice Lead Farah Ahmed joined the panel on how to become more involved in climate activism without the constraints of perfection.
Peer Sharing: How might culture support adaptation to climate change?
Is your creative organisation adapting plans, programmes, projects or ways of working in response to future changes in climate?
Announcing the Capital Investment Ready cohort
Announcing the 12 cultural organisations taking part in the Capital Investment Ready strand of Transforming Energy, as part of the Arts Council England's Environmental Programme.
Working towards environmentally sustainable and accessible events: survey
Calling all disabled artists, creatives , musicians, festival volunteers and audiences - we want to hear from you.
Reflections on The Colour Green Lab 2023
We hear from Rebecca Buckley – one of the participants from our recent The Colour Green Lab – about her experience taking part in the programme.
Alison Tickell Receives ISPA’s 2023 Green Champion Award
The International Society for the Performing Arts (ISPA) has awarded JB’s Founder and CEO Alison Tickell their inaugural Green Champion Award.
New research programme to examine how access to events for disabled people can become environmentally sustainable
Attitude is Everything, Julie's Bicycle and A Greener Future to work in partnership to deliver research on sustainable events for disabled people.
Like a Turbine in the Wind: Sustainability at Glastonbury and Beyond
Fresh from the Festival’s fields, our music sustainability specialist Richard Phillips shares insights from how Glasto and the wider outdoor events sector are reducing their environmental impact.
Creative Industries Sector Vision Announced
As well as announcing new funding for the sector, the Vision outlines how the creative industries will play a growing role in tackling environmental challenges.