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©Festivals Edinburgh 2014 Programming for Sustainability and International Festivals
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©Festivals Edinburgh 2014 The Problems ● How can you be an international festival and work for sustainable travel? ● How do you balance artistic autonomy with sustainability programming? ● How do you integrate programming with everything else?
©Festivals Edinburgh 2014 Edinburgh Science Festival ● Highlighted environment events track ● Audience engagement at green events ● Partnering with local buses
©Festivals Edinburgh 2014 Edinburgh Art Festival ● Walking maps as art commissions ● “Parley” strand of discussions ● Supportive of sustainability programming ● Special study on commission footprinting
©Festivals Edinburgh 2014 Thinking Ahead ● Explore the artistic potential of remote performance ● Consider carbon budgeting alongside finance ● Push for joint programming to minimise travel
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