Biofuels Guidance 2018

This guidance pulls together what to know, ask and do for event organisers when powering their events with biofuels. Written in close collaboration with members of the Powerful Thinking steering group, Vikki Chapman (Festival Republic), Chris Johnson (Kambe Events, Shambala Festival), Tim Benson (Smart Energy, ZAP Concepts); as well as Leo Bottrill (MapHubs) and Jonathan Anderson (Ennismore Consultants).Read more

CCL Policy Lab in Leeuwarden

Julie’s Bicycle will be joining On The Move to host a policy lab for cultural leaders and city influencers on how they can engage arts and culture with action on climate and the environment.Read more

Feed-In-Tariffs (FITs)

Feed-in Tariffs (FITs) is a UK Government scheme designed to encourage uptake of a range of small-scale renewable and low-carbon electricity generation technologies.Read more

Enhanced Capital Allowances (ECAs)

The ECA scheme means that a business can invest in energy-saving plant or machinery that might otherwise be too expensive.Read more

Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)

The Non-Domestic RHI provides financial support for renewable heat technologies for 20 years.Read more

Arts Council England: Small Capital Grants

Small Capital Grants of between £100,000 and £499,999 are available from Arts Council England for National Portfolio Organisations to fund building and infrastructure improvements.Read more

The M&S Energy Fund 2018

Crowdfunder and M&S Energy have £10,000 to give away to two community projects that are crowdfunding to bring the benefit of renewables and energy efficiency to their community.Read more

Landfill Communities Fund

An innovative tax credit scheme enabling operators of landfill sites in England, Northern Ireland and Wales to contribute money to organisations enrolled with ENTRUST as Environmental Bodies (EBs).Read more

AIM Biffa Award History Makers Programme

This is a partnership between Biffa Award and AIM and will run over three years, awarding grants to AIM member museums of up to £90K.Read more

AIM Sustainability Grant Scheme

The AIM Sustainability Grant Scheme aims to help AIM members to improve their medium and long term sustainability. To be eligible, museums must have an annual turnover of less than £300,000 or fewer than 50,000 visitors a year.Read more

DCMS Wolfson Museums and Galleries Improvement Fund 2018-20

The DCMS/Wolfson Museums and Galleries Improvement Fund 2018-20 offers grants of up to £300,000 for capital projects aimed at improving the display and accessibility of collections.Read more

ACE Accelerator Programme

Accelerator is a new strand of work within the pioneer Arts Council England Environmental Programme, recruiting two Cohorts of up to ten organisations to work with Julie’s Bicycle to advance their sustainable practice.Read more

Webinar: Reporting for Arts Council England NPOs 1718

A webinar for Arts Council England funded organisations to learn more about their environmental reporting requirements for 2017/18. April 2018.Read more

About Us

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Creative Climate Census

Pioneering research analysing the attitudes, values and actions of cultural leaders in response to climate change and environmental sustainability. Second edition, 2018.Read more

The Creative Climate Movement

Identifying Seven Creative Climate Trends creating a new cultural ecology fit for our changing world.Read more

What Next? Climate Change

Julie's Bicycle coordinates What Next? Climate Change, a group for individuals across the arts looking to strengthen the role of culture in our society in relation to the environment.Read more

1st March Agenda

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Alison Tickell

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Compare your environmental performance to the industry average.Read more


Energising the creative response to climate change.Read more

Utilise Plus Energy Efficiency Grants

Eligible small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) can apply for grants of between £1,000 and £5,000 to cover up to one-third of the cost of energy efficiency projects.Read more