Check out this new case study about our recent Creative Climate Action project that has just been published in the Library of Creative Sustainability on the Creative Carbon Scotland website:
The Library of Creative Sustainability is a digital resource for individuals and organisations working to address environmental sustainability and climate change, demonstrating the benefits of collaborating with ’embedded artists’ and using cultural approaches to address complex issues.
The Library presents detailed case studies highlighting the range of skills, expertise and practices that embedded artists have contributed to bringing about positive change as part of broader projects or organisations, addressing social, environmental, economic and cultural sustainability.
The Library of Creative Sustainability aims to:
- Provide a practical resource for organisations working in research, advocacy, governance, business and elsewhere to understand how to effectively work with embedded artists.
- Showcase inspiring and innovative examples that show the potential of working with artists to achieve sustainability aims.
- Demonstrate to commissioners and funders the types of outcomes and likely costs that can result from integrating artistic roles into sustainability projects.
You can also look at films and more resources on the project page: