Creative Climate Movement series inspires culture and education sector to make change
Starting in April 2018 ENCATC has been publishing exclusive articles from Julie’s Bicycle in a series called the Creative Climate Movement with the aim to empower our members, stakeholders and followers with cultural responses to climate and environment.
Thanks to this cooperation ENCATC is be able to offer to educational and cultural operators in Europe and beyond a series of inspiring stories that should change our practices and allow us to transform our own office in a responsible environmental organization.
This 2018 initiative is one of the tangible outcomes of the ENCATC Breakfast “Cultural Management and Environmental Sustainability” held in December 2017 in Brussels. With the expertise of Julie’s Bicycle, we shared practical ways cultural institutions, arts organisations, and cultural networks can become platforms from which to engage and inspire action on climate change. At this occasion, the participants asked ENCATC to explore the possibility to play an inspiring role for the cultural and educational industry by collecting and sharing stories of arts and cultural organisations that have successfully design and implemented a “green action plan”.
At date, six of the seven articles have been published in Creative Climate Trends:
- 1) Artwork
- 2) Activism
- 3) Organisational Leadership
- 4) Design and Innovation
- 5) Collaboration
- 6) Path Finding - NEW!
- 7) ... coming soon!
The collaboration with Julie's Bicycle is further development of ENCATC's Green Policy, launched in 2011 to help make the planet a brighter and greener place for all of us.