Browse or search our full listing of arts and culture policy news, from IFACCA announcements, editorials and international news, to events and opportunities. Use the filters to refine your search by country, theme, topic or date.
Showing 174 results, ordered by Latest first.
Alfredo Lichter has dedicated a good part of his life to studying the sea and to creating messages that give relevance to the need of changing our relationship with nature.
Londons theatre industry pumps 50,000 tonnes of carbon into the atmosphere every year - equivalent to 10% of the citys total bus emissions or the annual energy consumption of 9,000 homes.
Artists willtravel to the Arctic as part of a programme bringing artists and scientists together to raise awareness of climate change.
'Arts & Ecology Day' has been launched to engage the creativity and influence of the arts community in making London a more sustainable city. The day will raise the profile of sustainability by celebrating new plays, poems, music, artworks and dance across London, with the aim of developing into a world-wide campaign.
Let's face it: summer festivals are not what you'd call environmentally friendly. Some festivals are attempting to minimize the damage.
The myriad links between cultural and biological diversity are increasingly viewed as key elements in achieving sustainable development and the Millennium Development Goals.