Our Work

Julie's Bicycle is pleased to celebrate the achievement of the threshold for entry into force of the Paris Agreement with the release of our new film, 'How to be a COPtimist'. Watch today and join the conversation with #COPtimism.
Arts Council England and Julie’s Bicycle are working in partnership until 2018 with a focus on leadership underpinning a programme of events, workshops and ongoing support for environmental reporting, best practice and policy development.
Creative Climate Leadership aims to put culture at the forefront of the global response to climate change by enabling artists, cultural professionals and policymakers to take action with impact, imagination and resilience.
In December 2015, leaders across the globe agreed an ambitious, inclusive climate deal. Below are highlights from JB's activity and involvement in this historic event.
The Paris Agreement will prompt huge changes over the coming decades, and the creative sector has a crucial role in this renaissance. This afternoon event on 4th May 2016 explores how you can be a force for inspirational and sustainable change.
A coalition of creative people taking action on climate change.
A creative season celebrating the environment and inspiring action on climate change.
Energising the creative response to climate change.
EE MUSIC is a pan-European project aiming to create an energy efficient and sustainable energy culture for music events and music event production through events, training, and resources for music and energy professionals in 27 countries.
A programme of low carbon business support to creative businesses in the East of England. In partnership with the Royal Opera House, High House Production Park, Creative & Cultural Skills and Thurrock Council.
Creu Cymru Emergence is a 12 month programme to support theatre and arts venues across Wales to develop greater sustainability awareness and capacity.
The Green Art Lab Alliance (GALA) is a Europe-wide partnership of twenty 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.
A three year sustainability partnership with 13 of London's producing theatres.
‘Sustaining Creativity’ is a series of conversations, events and publications exploring environmental challenges, drivers of change, and the opportunities that transformative solutions offer to the creative community.
Powerful Thinking is a think-do tank that brings together festivals, suppliers and environmental organisations to explore new ways of reducing the costs and carbon of festival energy use through increased efficiency and alternative energy sources.
Julie's Bicycle and Europe Jazz Network present Take the Green Train: an initiative looking at how the jazz sector can respond as part of a global movement addressing climate change practically and inspirationally.
alice is a movement of people – women, men, and from all walks of life – frustrated by leadership characterised by self-interest, competition, force and short-termism. We aspire to a leadership that is collegiate, distributed and generous, and has the ambition to find collective and durable solutions to the urgent social and environmental challenges we face.
Sustaining Creativity