12 Years To Act: Accelerating Philharmonia Orchestra's Environmental Response

The Philharmonia Orchestra is a participant in our Accelerator Programme. Jennifer Pattison writes about what the project means for the Orchestra.Read more

Creating Environmental Policies: Lyric Hammersmith's journey

Chrissy Angus shares her experience of putting an environmental policy into action at the Lyric Hammersmith with the support of Julie's Bicycle.Read more

What Next? Climate Change December summary

A summary from the December 2018 What Next Climate Change? meeting themed around 'Communicating Sustainability', including a policy update from Chiara.Read more

Ice Watch London

Launching Ice Watch 2018 - Julie's Bicycle in partnership with Studio Olafur EliassonRead more

ROCKing COP24: Cultural heritage in a changing climate

Julie’s Bicycle represented cultural heritage in the fight against climate change at COP24 in Katowice, Poland, as part of the Horizon 2020 ROCK project.Read more

Climate change is back on the agenda

JB Director Alison Tickell reflects on cultural leadership in service to our planet and the enormous task of climate action, needing political and business consensus and public will to happen.Read more

Powerful Thinking 4th Annual Festival Industry Green Survey

Powerful Thinking, the live events industry think-tank, has launched its 4th annual Festival Industry Green Survey. The survey asks event organisers what sustainability practices they have in place and about their aspirations and priorities for the coming year.Read more

Julie’s Bicycle partners with Stamp The Wax Advent Calendar to launch Green Riders campaign

Every year, artists from Stamp The Wax's network of friends donate an unreleased track each day of the Advent. This year, all proceeds will support the launch of our Green Riders campaign.Read more

Technology for Good: mobilising cultural action for sustainability

In November, Julie’s Bicycle delivered a workshop at the World Cities Culture Summit 2018 on the role of technology in supporting cultural action on climate change and the environment. Lucy Latham writes an opinion piece prompted by this discussion.Read more

What does COP24 mean for the arts sector?

On 2 November, over 60 people from across the arts sector gathered at the National Theatre in London for a COP24 Industry Briefing organised as part of Season for Change.Read more

Don’t Look Away Now: what the IPCC’s take on 1.5 °C means for us

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has published a monumental special report that stresses the urgency of climate action. We reflect on the findings of the report, what it means for the creative community, and how we can move from here to leverage the community's significant role in climate action.Read more

Creative Climate Roundtable

A Julie’s Bicycle event alongside the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco. September 2018.Read more

Festival Vision:2025 at The Showman’s Show

The 70+ festival organisers signed up to the Vision:2025 pledge to cut the environmental impacts of their events come together for their annual conference at the Showman's Show on 17 October, 2018.Read more

ADE Green returns in 2018

The sixth edition of ADE Green will take place at Amsterdam Dance Event on October 17th this year, and is all about sharing knowledge and expertise as well as stimulating innovation, sustainability and social change.Read more

Creative Green Awards 2018: Meet the winners!

Julie's Bicycle announces today the winners of the Creative Green Awards 2018Read 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

Nominations announced for Creative Green Awards 2018

This year's Creative Green Awards nominees shortlist and categories have been released.Read more

Intersectionality at What Next? Climate Change

JB's Farah Ahmed on building a more representative creative climate movement.Read more

Guest Blog: Diversity and Climate Art

Creative Climate Leader Harpreet Kaur introduces her series 'Diversity and Climate Art: (New) Narratives on the Climate Story'.Read more

Julie's Bicycle response to the draft regulations on lighting proposed under the Ecodesign Directive

Julie's Bicycle's response to the new draft regulations on lighting proposed under the ecodesign directive 2009/125/EC, as part of the ecodesign working plan 2016-2019Read more

Guest Blog: #PlasticFreeLyric

Lyric Hammersmith's Chrissy Angus reflects on the theatre's recent #PlasticFreeLyric campaign where staff and audiences challenged themselves to give up single-use plastics.Read more

Getting Started: Tips for New NPOs

Midland Arts Centre’s Lizzie Moran shares her top tips for new NPOs starting their environmental journey.Read more

Julie's Bicycle Continues Arts Council England Programme

Julie’s Bicycle is pleased to announce that we will be partnering again with Arts Council England to deliver their Environmental Programme to the National Portfolio Organisations 2018-22.Read more