CCS’ Library of Creative Sustainability: Case Study

By October 18, 2018Musings, News

Creative Carbon Scotland have just recently launched their Library of Creative Sustainability, a digital resource for people working to address environmental sustainability and climate change, and we are one of their case studies!

The new digital resource showcases best practice examples of collaborations between sustainability partners and artists seeking to make the world a better place and is aimed for people working to address the challenging issues of environmental sustainability and climate change, demonstrating the benefits of collaborating with artists and cultural approaches to help achieve their aims.

Their initial launch includes five case studies, featuring:
SLOW Clean-UP civic Experiments in Chicago, USA
WATERSHED+ in Calgary, Canada
HighWaterLine an international installation by artist Eve Mosher
Sutton Tidal Attenuation Barrier and Falkenham Saltmarsh Tidal Management Scheme in Suffolk
And The Stove in Dumfries!

Find out more about the library and the other case studies shared online here