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This month marks the start of the UN International Year of the Creative Economy for Sustainable Development, delivering on a resolution adopted in November 2019 which has redoubled significance in the wake of the pandemic.
In partnership with Fundación Compromiso and Upstart Co-Lab, Nesta’s Arts & Culture Finance launches a new platform to showcase the potential of impact investment in the creative economy to drive social and environmental change.
This project looks at the challenges facing the development of a more sustainable rural tourism in the Nordic regions. Our key interest is understanding the degree to which regional tourism strategies are used by the tourism actors, policy makers and local communities as tools to balance positive economic and social development in rural areas with the environmental or social burden of the tourism.
After a year of pandemic-induced lockdowns, there couldn’t be a better time to appreciate the creative economy. The United Nations is doing just this as it marks 2021 as the International Year of the Creative Economy for Sustainable Development.
Después de un año de cuarentena inducida por la pandemia, no podría haber un mejor momento para apreciar la economía creativa. Las Naciones Unidas están haciendo precisamente èsto, ya que han designado el 2021 como el Año Internacional de la Economía Creativa para el Desarrollo Sostenible.
COVID-19 has plunged theaters into darkness, thrown down the shutters on art galleries, and canceled innumerable concerts, exhibitions and book signings. According to the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), the cancelation of public performances alone has cost authors roughly 30 percent of their royalties worldwide, while the global film industry has reported a revenue loss of $7 billion.