The Theatre Green Book is a theatre sector-wide partnership spearheaded by the Theatres Trust and the Association of British Theatre Technicians with support from all the major theatre sector and culture sector sustainability umbrella bodies. It is bringing together theatre-makers and sustainability experts to create a common standard for making theatre sustainably.
Creative Carbon Scotland’s focus is to help arts organisations to report their carbon emissions and also to explore the sector’s role in transforming our society to address climate change.
A link to useful environmental resources on the Green Arts Portal website.
The purpose of this document is to provide guidance for complying with provisions applicable to the transport by air of lithium batteries as set out in the DGR.
Creative Carbon Scotland’s Presentation to FST Members’ Meeting 20 April 2017.
In this report, IETM collaborates with leading arts and environment organisation COAL to present contemporary arts models and practices that tackle environmental issues and advocate change – issues that should be the shared responsibility of all humankind.
A summary of the findings of the FST/CCS Carbon Metrics project, providing some good ideas and information to help FST members take the next steps in understanding their carbon emissions.
FST/Creative Carbon Scotland – Carbon reporting climate strategy group. Update: Developing metrics for emissions and energy use. Presentation by Ben Twist at the FST Members’ Meeting on 9 December 2015.
With the launch of the new 3 year funding programme, all Regularly Funded Organisations will now be required to provide a report to Creative Scotland on the annual carbon emissions.
FST’s organisational environment policy.
PowerPoint presentation by Creative Carbon Scotland at FST Members Meeting on 26 March 2014. The presentation covered two main areas: 1) how to help the dance and theatre sector in Scotland to develop useful, relevant and meaningful tools for measuring and evaluating the carbon performance of their organisations, and: 2) exploring the potential to develop a Climate Strategy for the dance and theatre sector in Scotland.