- Posted on October 31st, 2021
JB joins forces with the PEC
The PEC, led by NESTA, provides independent research and policy recommendations for the UK’s creative industries.
As part of their new research initiative on climate change, the PEC will be working with JB to look at what a climate change research agenda could be for the Creative Industries.
This exciting partnership will combine the perspectives of two organisations with fundamental, shared interests, and complementary expertise.
The focus will be on understanding what a research agenda should look like for the creative industries in relation to climate change, sustainability, net zero, and related areas.
Combining our perspectives will allow for a more complete exploration of the themes which need to be prioritised in order to produce the most impactful research, and the arguments that should be made to policymakers to ensure the future success and position of the creative industries.
We hope to produce significant evidence-based and foundational research, to help the creative industries better understand how they can transition to a greener future.
This partnership is still at an early stage – if you would like to stay up to date with our plans and latest research, sign up to our newsletter.
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