Impact Arts X Step Up to Net Zero

Funded by Glasgow City Council, Step Up to Net Zero by Glasgow Chamber of Commerce has allowed Impact Arts to go further than ever before in its efforts to address the climate crisis.

Over the past 4 months, Step Up to Net Zero Coordinators Cara and Poppy worked with Impact Arts at the Boardwalk to realise an action plan that was expertly developed by the Step Up to Net Zero Team. With the placement now complete, we wanted to share a few highlights.

The Step Up to Net Zero placement has helped Impact Arts identify how to increase the lifespan of all the art materials they purchase for delivery of their arts projects. As a result of the placement they have pledged that going forward all of their creative programmes will prioritise materials that have had a previous life, continue to keep left over materials in storage or collaborate with the local community to pass on leftover materials.

To achieve their circular economy targets, communicating the message across their team is going to be key. They have devised the LIFE acronym to keep circularity at the fore front of their thinking.

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