- Posted on November 8th, 2022
Julie’s Bicycle to deliver Arts Council England Environmental Programme 2023-26
Julie’s Bicycle (JB) are delighted to have been awarded the contract to deliver Arts Council England’s Environmental Programme for 2023-26.
Since JB first began our pioneering partnership with Arts Council England (ACE) in 2012, the programme has catalysed climate action and commitment from across the sector, mobilising the community to create a diverse range of approaches and solutions. We are excited that this opportunity will allow us to continue to build on our existing programmes as well as delivering new ones, working in collaboration with the creative community to lead on environmental responsibility.
Environmental Responsibility is one of four Investment Principles within ACE’s 10-year strategy Let’s create, as such the Environmental Programme is a key pillar to its delivery and aims to encourage organisations to embed environmental thinking in everything they do.
Our new set of leadership and development programmes, includes supporting organisations and individuals in their Net Zero journeys, and empowering governance and emerging leadership.
JB will be working with ACE on the new programme over the next few months, so watch this space! To keep up to date with news of this programme please sign up to our newsletter.
Image: Balbir Singh Dance Company. Photo by Malcom Johnston.
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