Nominations announced for Creative Green Awards 2018

Information about our nominated Creative Greeners.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

Curating the Natural World

Wellcome Collection's Honor Beddard reflects on the role of museums in shaping our response to the natural worldRead more

Speakers announced for Stewards of our Future

Who you can expect to hear from at our event for the museums sector on 21 November 2017.Read more

CCL: Insights from Slovenia

Find out what participants on our Creative Climate Leadership Course are learning in Slovenia.Read more

Creative Climate Leadership: Slovenia 2017

Find out more about the second Creative Climate Leadership course, to be held in October 2017.Read more

JB Attends

We're keeping busy! Check out our calendar of external events and workshops.Read more

Young Vic La Musica

As part of the Young Vic's production series 'Classics for a New Climate', La Musica follows After Miss Julie as another inspiring sustainable production initiative.Read more

Sage Gateshead: Gateshead International Jazz Festival

​Sage Gateshead's environmental policy and Green Team embeds sustainable values across the organisation through travel schemes, procurement policies and audience experiences at such large scale events as Gateshead International Jazz Festival.Read more

Ninja Tune

Independent record label Ninja Tune works on sustainability across its day-to-day operations, with a particular focus on helping to power the clean energy transition, and developing broader advocacy and activism.Read more

2017 Creative Green Award Winners

The winners of the inaugural Creative Green Awards joined in a ceremony at Somerset House by Caroline Lucas, Co-Leader of the Green Party and MP for Brighton Pavilion.Read more

Our Leading Women

Women4Climate aims at empowering a new generation of climate leaders. Find out more about the outstanding women whose work have inspired this initiative.Read more

Curzon Cinema Consultancy Project

Development of an environmental strategy and Creative Green certification.Read more

“Do you want to be a decorator or a revolutionary?” Five Minutes with Coldcut’s Matt Black

Jon More and Matt Black – aka Coldcut – are back! The grandmasters of UK cut ‘n’ paste and founders of the Ninja Tune rebel alliance return with a new cocktail of music, words and images that Black describes as “dissentertainment”. Julie’s Bicycle was fortunate enough to grab 5 minutes with Matt Black to talk about their new EP, Only Heaven, released in November 2016 on Ninja Tune’s Ahead Of Our Time imprint.Read more