Publications

Energising Culture

 

A guide on future energy strategies for cultural buildings, equipping arts organisations with an understanding of the core issues around energy demand and supply.  

 

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How green is my promo?

New research conducted by Julie's Bicycle, on behalf of AIM and BPI, showing that switching to digital delivery of music promotional releases across the independent music sector would save 1,525 tonnes of CO2 annually – a reduction of 86%.

 

 

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Moving arts: Managing the carbon impacts of our touring - Volume 3: Theatre

Our most recent research project asseses the carbon impacts of Bands, Orchestras and Theatres touring the UK and internationally.

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Moving Arts: Managing the Carbon impacts of our touring - Volume 2: Orchestras

Our most recent research project asseses the carbon impacts of Bands, Orchestras and Theatres touring the UK and internationally.

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Moving arts: Managing the carbon impacts of our touring - Volume 1: Bands

Our most recent research project asseses the carbon impacts of Bands, Orchestras and Theatres touring the UK and internationally.

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Long Horizons - An Exploration of Art and Climate Change

Long Horizons is a series of essays curated by Julie's Bicycle, debating the impact of climate change on the work of policy makers, scientists and artists.

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The Carbon Impacts of Recorded Music Production in a Time of Transition

This paper examines energy use and carbon reduction associated with recorded music, with an emphasis on digital

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Jam Packed Part 1: Audience Travel Emissions from Festivals

Our current research project asseses the GHG impacts of Bands, Orchestras and Theatres touring the UK and internationally.

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Impacts and Opportunities: Reducing the Emissions of CD Packaging

CD packaging is one of the music industry’s largest sources of direct GHG emissions, accounting for a third of recording and publishing, and at least 10% of the total emissions, from the UK music market.

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First Step: UK Music Industry Greenhouse Gas Emissions 2007

Researchers worked with over 100 companies across the music business supply chain. This report is the most extensive and rigorous research yet to examine a creative industry supply chain in the UK.

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Sustaining Great Art: Arts Council England Year 1 Report

Arts Council England report Sustaining Great Art, which presents the results of the first year of environmental reporting by its major revenue funded organisations and produced in partnership with Julie’s Bicycle.

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Where Science Meets Art

Julie's Bicycle in collaboration with the Technology Strategy Board has produced a Special Edition of the Green Futures publication.

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