Verduurzaming is een van de belangrijkste uitdagingen én kansen van deze tijd, en ook de cultuursector zal hier in de toekomst in toenemende mate mee te maken krijgen. In dit dossier verzamelen we rapporten, artikelen en nieuwsberichten die in kaart brengen hoe de cultuursector met verduurzaming omgaat.
Report on fair international cultural cooperation #2 : climate change
On December 6th 2019, DutchCulture gathered a group of 40 international experts at Broedplaats Lely in Amsterdam to discuss values and practicalities of fair(er) international cultural cooperation. The second gathering evolved around climate change, more specifically about the questions whether and how international cultural cooperation can be organised in a way that is fair to the climate? Summary of the discussion.
Sustaining great art and culture : environmental report 2018/19
Julie’s Bicycle has been working in partnership with Arts Council England since 2012 to inspire environmental action across the arts and culture sector. Since 2012 theatres, galleries, museums, music venues, festivals and other cultural organisations across the country have taken great strides to improve their environmental practice. Review of the programme results 2018/19.
Culture & climate change : 14 world cities tackling climate change through culture
Owens, P., Tickell, A.
The World Cities Culture Forum and Julie’s Bicycle worked with 14 of the network’s world cities, who provided inspiring case studies of how city leaders are putting climate and the environment at the centre of their cultural ambitions. The report looks at four thematic areas: creative programmes & campaigns; resources & support; partnerships & innovation; policy & strategy, and identifies key trends as well as future opportunities all cities can act upon. Case studies of the cities: Amsterdam, Austin,Cape Town, Dublin, Edinburgh, Lagos, London, Melbourne, New York, Oslo, San Francisco, Sydney, Taipei and Toronto. Individual city profiles can be found online.