GALA Final Carbon Footprint report

Carbon footprint analysis and measuring tool In order to manage environmental impacts its important to start by measuring. This will always help you understand where your biggest impacts lie, and how they’re changing over time. With this philosophy in mind, GALA has committed to measuring the environmental impact of its…

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culture360.org

Culture360

culture360.org is a portal initiated by the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) and managed by the Culture Department at the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF). Culture360.org aims to stimulate the cultural engagement between Asia and Europe and enhance greater understanding between the two regions. Created for and fuelled by artists, cultural practitioners and policy makers, culture360.org…

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EE MUSIC

EE Music

EE MUSIC aims to create a dialogue amongst leaders of the industry on how to establish an efficient and sustainable energy music culture in Europe. EE MUSIC workshops and training events share skills on energy management for many affected groups: promoters, production professionals and energy consultants, as well as venue…

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Carbon Footprinting

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In order to manage environmental impacts its important to start by measuring. This will always help you understand where your biggest impacts lie, and how they’re changing over time. With this philosophy in mind, GALA has committed to measuring the environmental impact of its associated events, and those of the…

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Toolkits

Tim Franco via Urban Gardens

The Ashden Directory Julie’s Bicycle: here you can find a huge range of online resources like tools, standards, guidance and information on networks Creative Carbon Scotland: case studies, guides and downloads and interesting readings On The Move; guides, toolkits, policy and advocacy, resources Chrysalis Arts: Assessing the Sustainability of Public…

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Interesting readings

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  Articles & Blogs The Ashden Directory: New metaphors for sustainability: metaphors for the continuation of life  Elisabeth Braw, 2013: Artists have unique knowledge and must claim sustainability power Rachel Briscoe, 2013: Theatre in a giant Emmental powered by exercise bikes – why ever not?  Adam Corner, 2013: The ‘art’ of climate change communication…

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Engage and get inspired

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There are endless websites, blogs, writings, articles and resources out there to fill your brain with inspiration and ideas of what roles culture and art can play in growing more sustainable societies. This page is a starting point but by no means an exhaustive library of artworks, ideas, research and…

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What’s the deal

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“What’s the deal?” – A Transnational Project on Young Urban Cultures is a multi-disciplinary project that wants to artistically explore sustainability in connection with young urban cultures such as mural art, design, urban sports (skateboarding, biking) and digital media. The project aims to bring the idea of sustainable lifestyle to…

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Bamboo Curtain Studio

Plum Tree Creek Project

The Bamboo Curtain Studio (BCS) in Taiwan aims to promote cross-cultural exchanges by providing a meeting point for visitors from national and international art related fields, for short visits or specific projects. From 1st March 2011 to 31st July 2012 BCA ran the project Art as Environment—A Cultural Action at…

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