Pioneering research analysing the attitudes, values and actions of cultural leaders in response to climate change and environmental sustainability. Second edition, 2018. Read more
Identifying Seven Creative Climate Trends creating a new cultural ecology fit for our changing world. Read more
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
A new resource to promote environmental practice and leadership in the museums sector. Developed in partnership with Arts Council England. Read more
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Julie’s Bicycle founder and director Alison Tickell explores the Seven Cultural Climate Trends and the powerful creative climate movement that underpins them. Read more
Midland Arts Centre’s Lizzie Moran shares her top tips for new NPOs starting their environmental journey. Read more
An event for NPOs to understand the Arts Council England sustainability reporting requirements. Birmingham, 28 November 2017. Read more
An event for NPOs to understand the Arts Council England sustainability reporting requirements. Leeds, 30 November 2017. Read more
An event for NPOs in the South West to understand the Arts Council England sustainability reporting requirements. Bristol, 5 December 2017. Read more