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24th November 2016
Sustaining Great Art: Environmental Report 2015/16 presents key findings from the Arts Council England Environmental Reporting programme, showing engagement with sustainability at an all time high, with NPO's saving £8.7m since 2012.
11th November 2016
The award for Campaigner of the Year was presented to Alison Tickell, Founder and CEO of Julie's Bicycle, at Music Week's third annual Women in Music event.
1st September 2016
The Network for Innovations in Culture and Creativity awarded JB in recognition of our work providing innovative solutions to current crucial challenges and developments in culture and society. Photo © Vladimir Wegener/ecce GmbH
15th February 2016
A guide on water management for cultural buildings in the context of environmental sustainability, designed to help you understand and monitor water use and implement an action plan to improve efficiency and water conservation.
7th September 2015
A practical approach to reducing the amount and impacts of staff commuting, business travel and delivery services.
17th March 2015
The launch of the Arts Council England Mid-Term report reveal savings of 14%, equivalent to £1.75m.
12th December 2013
The Green Art Lab Alliance (GALA) was a Europe-wide partnership of eighteen cultural organisations dedicated to promoting environmental sustainability and exploring how that can be achieved in practical, ethical and artistic ways across arts and cultural communities throughout Europe.
2nd December 2013
Julie's Bicycle surveyed 337 arts leaders on their sustainability attitudes.
10th February 2013
Arts Council England First Arts Funding Body in the World to Embed Environmental Sustainability into Agreements
3rd May 2011
This guide offers advice on how to communicate your environmental commitments to your supply chain, and encourage them to join you in greening the industry.
17th November 2009
Creative Carbon Scotland Make Environmental Reporting A Funding Requirement
Creative Carbon Scotland make environmental reporting a funding requirement
6th April 2008
Julie’s Bicycle, in partnership with the London Development Agency, launched its ‘First Step’ report at the Royal Geographic Society, conducted by the Environmental Change Institute, provides an initial estimate of the greenhouse gas emissions across the UK music industry.
1st March 2007
Far away from the celebrity lights. JB progressed to the back rooms of The University of Oxford’s Environmental Change Institute.