Creative Energy Project

Julie's Bicycle believes there’s an opportunity for the arts and culture to lead the way in presenting a transition to clean energy as an inspirational means for societal transformation. Read more

How to buy sustainably sourced power

Julie's Bicycle have been working with Good Energy to produce a handy infographic guide to buying green power for your business Read more

The Colour Green: Lola Young

The Colour Green producer Yingbi Lee talks to Baroness Lola Young in Lincoln's Inn Field. Read more

The Colour Green: Farah Ahmed

Baroness Lola Young and The Colour Green producer, Farah Ahmed take a walk in the Walthamstow Wetlands. Read more

The Colour Green: Judy Ling Wong

Old friends Baroness Lola Young and Judy Ling Wong OBE CBE meet at Myatts Field Park in Lambeth in this podcast to discuss issues of climate justice. Read more

The Colour Green: Kareem Dayes

Baroness Lola Young meets musician and community organiser Kareem Dayes at One Tree Hill in South London. Read more

The Colour Green: Zena Edwards

Baroness Lola Young meets poet Zena Edwards in the Old Tidemill Gardens in Deptford, South London. Read more

Prosper North

Prosper North is Creative United's new, free business support programme for culture and heritage organisations to improve their capabilities to build a stronger, more resilient business using the Northern Cultural Regeneration Fund. Read more

Webinar: The Circular Economy

Rewatch this Arts Council England webinar demystifying the circular economy and its opportunities for the arts and cultural sector. Read more

The Colour Green: Ama Josephine Budge

In the episode of The Colour Green podcast, Baroness Lola Young meets Ama Josephine Budge in Hampstead Heath. Read more

Tackling Climate Change Through Culture

This new report celebrates the good practices of 14 cities within the World Cities Culture Forum membership, highlighting their creative climate initiatives Read more

Webinar: Greening Your Capital Projects

Rewatch this Arts Council webinar that will help you invest wisely in cultural capital projects - considering what works, what doesn’t, and challenges and opportunities. Read more

Podcast: The Colour Green

The Colour Green is our new podcast exploring climate and social justice from the perspectives of people of colour in the UK. Launching July 1st 2019. Read more

Webinar: Environmental Reporting for NPOs

A recording of a webinar on environmental reporting for the 2018-22 Arts Council England National Portfolio. This session provides you with the know-how to complete your environmental reporting requirements. Read more

The Polden-Puckham Charitable Foundation

The Polden-Puckham Charitable Foundation is a grant giving trust supporting work that addresses the pressures and conditions that risk global environmental breakdown. Read more

Theatre Improvement Scheme

Theatres Trust's Theatre Improvement Scheme, in association with the Wolfson Foundation, offers capital funding for theatres. Read more

Case Study: V&A's Fashioned from Nature

Following our Creative Green Sustainable Programming event at the V&A, a detailed case study has been produced on their Fashioned From Nature exhibition. Read more

Podcast: Green Heritage Futures

Green Heritage Futures is our monthly podcast exploring cultural heritage and climate change. Read more

Webinar: Speaking Green: How To Share Your Environmental Story

This webinar shares ways of communicating your environmental initiatives: explaining why you’re ‘going green’, creatively speaking about your environmental impacts, and celebrating your achievements. Read more

Webinar: Effective Environmental Policies

This webinar provided guidance to aid decision-making around environmental/sustainability policies. Read more

Arts Council England Environmental Report 2017/18

Sustaining Great Art and Culture: Environmental Report 2017/18 presents key findings from the Arts Council England Environmental Reporting programme, which reflect financial savings of £16.5 million since the programme began. Read more

ACE 2018-22

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