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Listen to how the arts and culture have an essential role in achieving the transformational change to a sustainable future.

Latest Episodes

Exploring Cultural Adaptations

In this podcast, CCS' Director, Ben Twist, and Irish cultural consultant, John O'Brien, discuss climate change adaptation in Culture. Our EU-funded project, Cultural Adaptations, investigates how cultural organisations can adapt to the impacts of climate change, and how creative practices can shape city and societal responses to warmer temperatures, rising sea levels, increasing rainfall and more powerful storms. Taking place between October 2018 and March 2021, city partnerships between cultural and adaptation organisations in Glasgow, Ghent, Gothenburg and Dublin are exploring new ways to help our society to adapt to the climatic changes to come. The podcast discusses: what the ongoing COVID-19 response might teach us about adaptation to climate change, how capacity to adapt to climate change is linked to social equality how cultural organisations can support community empowerment when it comes to climate change how creative practice and embedded artists can effect this work what action cultural organisations can take to adapt themselves how Ben made the career transition from theatre director to climate change expert! More about Cultural Adaptations can be found on the project website, and extracts of this podcast can be found in episodic form on the Cultural Adaptations anchor profile. The podcast adds to number of digital resources which seek to inform and support the integration of culture and adaptation.

47 MINAPR 30
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Exploring Cultural Adaptations

COP Tales and Cocktails

This podcast features recordings made at the Green Tease event COP Tales and Cocktails, which brought together people from a wide range of arts, sustainability, campaigning, and policy organisations to have a few drinks and discuss plans for creative engagement with COP26 when it comes to Glasgow in November 2020. The podcast starts with an introduction from Ben Twist, director of Creative Carbon Scotland, who discusses his previous experience of COPs in Copenhagen and Paris and offers some advice on what the barriers tend to be and what makes for the most effective work. This is followed by some thoughts from Chris Fremantle of ecoartscotland. Chris also led a performance of an extract from environmental artists Helen and Newton Harrison's Lagoon Cycle poem, which is not included in the podcast but can be read on their website. This is followed by elevator pitches from organisations and individuals who are already making plans for COP26. In order of appearance these are: Stop Clima...

49 MIN2019 DEC 17
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COP Tales and Cocktails

What's the social and environmental cost of recorded music?

We joined Dr Matt Brennan for the launch of his new music venture Citizen Bravo's debut album 'Build A Thing of Beauty' as part of the Green Tease events programme. The evening also launched a research film project directed by Graeme O’Hara titledThe Cost Of Music; and a demonstration of an interactive musical sculpture known as theSCI★FI★HI★FI, which forms the only physical copy of the new album. We took the opportunity afterwards to interview some of the participants at the event, as well as on of the makers of the SCI★FI★HI★FI, about their views on the role of music in tackling the climate crisis! Build A Thing of Beauty draws on musical influences ranging from Jonathan Richman to Robert Wyatt, Brennan recorded the album with the help of friends including Andy Monaghan (Frightened Rabbit), Malcolm Benzie (Withered Hand), Raymond MacDonald (Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra), and Pete Harvey (Modern Studies). Brennan also found inspiration in scavenging and manipulating orphane...

47 MIN2019 MAY 24
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What's the social and environmental cost of recorded music?

The denburn is flooding, don't panic! How does creativity help engage communities in flood risk?

This podcast was produced by Madeleine Jordan to help provide a deeper understanding of the Burnie Journey project. The interviews, recordings and production took place as part of a work placement with Creative Carbon Scotland from the Edinburgh College of Art. The Burnie Journey research project explores how adopting a creative approach to engagement could be taken by Scotland’s flooding authorities to effectively raise levels of flood awareness and preparedness in flood risk communities. Unlike traditional forms of public engagement, this project sought the skills and expertise of a creative practitioner to design and facilitate a number of engagement workshops on flooding and local flood risk management on behalf of the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA). The project was funded through SEPA’s internal Research and Development Fund and was managed by SEPA’s Flooding Communications and Customer Services team. SEPA commissioned Creative Carbon Scotland to help shape an...

21 MIN2019 MAY 24
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The denburn is flooding, don't panic! How does creativity help engage communities in flood risk?

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 collectiveof 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 MIN2019 APR 30
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Can experiencing fiction and the unfamiliar help to change the way humans act and relate to the climate crisis?

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 MIN2019 MAR 16
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Can art get people travelling more sustainably?
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Latest Episodes

Exploring Cultural Adaptations

In this podcast, CCS' Director, Ben Twist, and Irish cultural consultant, John O'Brien, discuss climate change adaptation in Culture. Our EU-funded project, Cultural Adaptations, investigates how cultural organisations can adapt to the impacts of climate change, and how creative practices can shape city and societal responses to warmer temperatures, rising sea levels, increasing rainfall and more powerful storms. Taking place between October 2018 and March 2021, city partnerships between cultural and adaptation organisations in Glasgow, Ghent, Gothenburg and Dublin are exploring new ways to help our society to adapt to the climatic changes to come. The podcast discusses: what the ongoing COVID-19 response might teach us about adaptation to climate change, how capacity to adapt to climate change is linked to social equality how cultural organisations can support community empowerment when it comes to climate change how creative practice and embedded artists can effect this work what action cultural organisations can take to adapt themselves how Ben made the career transition from theatre director to climate change expert! More about Cultural Adaptations can be found on the project website, and extracts of this podcast can be found in episodic form on the Cultural Adaptations anchor profile. The podcast adds to number of digital resources which seek to inform and support the integration of culture and adaptation.

47 MINAPR 30
Comments
Exploring Cultural Adaptations

COP Tales and Cocktails

This podcast features recordings made at the Green Tease event COP Tales and Cocktails, which brought together people from a wide range of arts, sustainability, campaigning, and policy organisations to have a few drinks and discuss plans for creative engagement with COP26 when it comes to Glasgow in November 2020. The podcast starts with an introduction from Ben Twist, director of Creative Carbon Scotland, who discusses his previous experience of COPs in Copenhagen and Paris and offers some advice on what the barriers tend to be and what makes for the most effective work. This is followed by some thoughts from Chris Fremantle of ecoartscotland. Chris also led a performance of an extract from environmental artists Helen and Newton Harrison's Lagoon Cycle poem, which is not included in the podcast but can be read on their website. This is followed by elevator pitches from organisations and individuals who are already making plans for COP26. In order of appearance these are: Stop Clima...

49 MIN2019 DEC 17
Comments
COP Tales and Cocktails

What's the social and environmental cost of recorded music?

We joined Dr Matt Brennan for the launch of his new music venture Citizen Bravo's debut album 'Build A Thing of Beauty' as part of the Green Tease events programme. The evening also launched a research film project directed by Graeme O’Hara titledThe Cost Of Music; and a demonstration of an interactive musical sculpture known as theSCI★FI★HI★FI, which forms the only physical copy of the new album. We took the opportunity afterwards to interview some of the participants at the event, as well as on of the makers of the SCI★FI★HI★FI, about their views on the role of music in tackling the climate crisis! Build A Thing of Beauty draws on musical influences ranging from Jonathan Richman to Robert Wyatt, Brennan recorded the album with the help of friends including Andy Monaghan (Frightened Rabbit), Malcolm Benzie (Withered Hand), Raymond MacDonald (Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra), and Pete Harvey (Modern Studies). Brennan also found inspiration in scavenging and manipulating orphane...

47 MIN2019 MAY 24
Comments
What's the social and environmental cost of recorded music?

The denburn is flooding, don't panic! How does creativity help engage communities in flood risk?

This podcast was produced by Madeleine Jordan to help provide a deeper understanding of the Burnie Journey project. The interviews, recordings and production took place as part of a work placement with Creative Carbon Scotland from the Edinburgh College of Art. The Burnie Journey research project explores how adopting a creative approach to engagement could be taken by Scotland’s flooding authorities to effectively raise levels of flood awareness and preparedness in flood risk communities. Unlike traditional forms of public engagement, this project sought the skills and expertise of a creative practitioner to design and facilitate a number of engagement workshops on flooding and local flood risk management on behalf of the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA). The project was funded through SEPA’s internal Research and Development Fund and was managed by SEPA’s Flooding Communications and Customer Services team. SEPA commissioned Creative Carbon Scotland to help shape an...

21 MIN2019 MAY 24
Comments
The denburn is flooding, don't panic! How does creativity help engage communities in flood risk?

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 collectiveof 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 MIN2019 APR 30
Comments
Can experiencing fiction and the unfamiliar help to change the way humans act and relate to the climate crisis?

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 MIN2019 MAR 16
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Can art get people travelling more sustainably?
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