Creative Carbon Scotland

Creative Carbon Scotland

By Creative Carbon Scotland
Listen to how the arts and culture have an essential role in achieving the transformational change to a sustainable future.
Can experiencing fiction and the unfamiliar help to change the way humans act and relate to the climate crisis?
‘Biosystems – Cli-Fi: The New Weird’ is the latest project from A+E, a collective of creative practitioners who run a monthly reading group series, focusing on ecological themes and offering a lively environment to explore the pains, pleasures, problems and potentials of the fraught era we live in.   Dr Rhys Williams, Lord Kelvin Adam Smith Research Fellow in Fantasy Literature (English Literature) at the University of Glasgow  The event was supported with funding and staff time through Creative Carbon Scotland's Green Tease Open Call. This is the second podcast from the Green Tease network & events programme, to share any feedback please contact gemma.lawrence@creativecarbonscotland.com. To find out more about the Green Tease programme and joining the network, visit the Creative Carbon Scotland website. 
37:42
April 29, 2019
Can art get people travelling more sustainably?
Can art get people travelling by bike, by foot, by other means of sustainable transport? This podcast on Arts & Active Travel is introduced by Gemma Lawrence, CultureSHIFT Producer at Creative Carbon Scotland with presentations from Cosmo Blake, Arts & Diversity Officer at Sustrans Scotland and Ben Spencer, independent Arts consultant. The first podcast from Creative Carbon Scotland's Green Tease network & events programme, to share any feedback please contact gemma.lawrence@creativecarbonscotland.com. To find out more about the Green Tease programme and and joining the network, visit the Creative Carbon Scotland website.
36:30
March 15, 2019
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