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Sustaining creativity

How the arts can tackle climate change

How the arts can tackle climate change

We hear from Alison Tickell of Julie’s Bicycle which works across the cultural sector and the broader creative industries to help them to tackle climate change and fast-track positive solutions around sustainability.

In our printed edition of The Colour of Money, we spoke to Alison Tickell of Julie’s Bicycle which works across the cultural sector and the broader creative industries to help them to tackle climate change and fast-track positive solutions around sustainability. Alison speaks about the role the arts can play in helping to build a more sustainable society, and we hear from a broad range of stakeholders who explain how Julie’s Bicycle are galvanizing the creative industries to create environmental change.

 

 

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Julie’s Bicycle

Alison Tickell editJulie’s Bicycle is a leading global charity bridging the gap between environmental sustainability and the creative industries. It works to build a creative community with sustainability at its heart, helping over 1,000 arts organisations across the UK and internationally to measure, manage and reduce their environmental impacts.

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