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Module 4.1: Changing Light-bulbs or changing minds? The Case for Sustainab…


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Aim: This webinar explores the issues and implications of Arts Council England’s environmental reporting requirements and builds the case for cultural leadership on sustainability.

The webinar will include:

- Opening address by Alison Tickell, CEO of Julie’s Bicycle.
- Introduction to the Arts Council’s environmental reporting and Julie’s Bicycle.
- Key note and discussion from leading voices within the creative industries, David Buckland (Cape Farewell) and David Jubb (Battersea Arts Centre).
- Q&A.

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Module 4.1: Changing Light-bulbs or changing minds? The Case for Sustainab…

  1. 1. Changing Light Bulbs or Changing Minds? The Case for Sustainability and Future Proofing of the Arts STARTING AT 10AM
  2. 2. Module 4.1 | Taking it Further Arts Council Environmental Reporting: Changing Light Bulbs or Changing Minds? The Case for Sustainability and Future Proofing of the Arts Alison Tickell– Julie’s Bicycle with David Buckland (Cape Farewell) and David Jubb (Battersea Arts Centure)
  3. 3. Housekeeping
  4. 4. Webinar Series•  Weekly webinars for Npos, Mpms, Mdp lead partners and Bridge Organisations •  Now until May 22nd 2013 –  An introduction to environmental reporting –  Basic training –  Specialist advice, dependent on the nature of your organisation –  Specialist stakeholder webinars –  Troubleshooting
  5. 5. Today’s agenda•  Introduction to Julie’s Bicycle and the Arts Council environmental reporting requirements•  Alison Tickell, David Buckland and David Jubb discuss the case for sustainability and future proofing the arts•  QA from webinar attendees
  6. 6. •  Founded by the music industry, now spanning many creative sectors •  Five years old •  Not for profit •  Anchored in research •  Bridging sustainability and the creative industries •  Not a bike shop
  7. 7. What does that look like?•  Working with over 1,000 organisations of all sizes and types: Artichoke, Royal Opera House, Manchester Jewish Museum, Latitude Festival, BALTIC and Live Nation •  Consultancy •  Free online resources – practical guides and fact sheets •  Networks •  Industry Green •  Arts Council partnership
  8. 8. Arts Council Requirements 1.  Collecting data on emissions from energy and water use. –  Submit using the IG Tools 2.  Developing an environmental policy and action plan. –  Submit using the IG Tools Reporting deadline: 31st May
  9. 9. Support •  Webinar series • •  Phone 0208 746 0400 • - Click on the green box •  IG Tools •  Practical Guides •  Case studies •  FAQ’s
  10. 10. Why you will careWhy you should careWhy it’s worth it
  11. 11. Why you will care•  It’s a business issue, not just an ethical one•  Creating a plan and tasking someone with sustainability now will save you a lot of time and effort•  It’s not going to go away
  12. 12. Why you should care•  UK Gov: –  80% reduction by 2050 on 1990 levels•  Arctic sea ice: –  Melting twice as quickly as predicted•  Rate of species extinction: –  100 -1,000x higher than historically ‘normal’•  Temperature rise: –  5/6ºC warming = ê 5-10% off global GDP
  13. 13. Why it’s worth it•  Art has an impact far beyond it’s own footprint•  Art enables us to understand incomprehensible issues•  The role of culture in social justice
  14. 14. In discussion with…David Buckland (Cape Farewell) David Jubb (Battersea Arts Centre)
  15. 15. support@juliesbicycle.com020 8746 0400THANK YOU