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DT:TV Case Studies

Summary of Envirodigital video case studies and filmed talks

Hannah Rudman presents the case study of Claimexpenses.com – a development to help freelancers calculate their CO2 footprint when working with different organisations, as well as claim travel expenses back: Hannah Rudman presents the case study story of the virtual world digital content development that The Scape Trust have created at Timespan Arts & Heritage […]

Envirodigital’s work for government

Envirodigital has been working with Scotland’s 2020 Climate group and Scottish Enterprise to develop a response to Scottish Government about how the Creative and Interactive Industries will respond as a sector to Scotland’s low carbon transition. View our report: Envirodigital approached the Scotland’s 2020 Climate Group, suggesting that the Creative & Digital Industries should be […]

Five Minute Theatre: co-production with National Theatre of Scotland

Envirodigital created larger scale, but smaller environmental impact, live productions for arts, cultural and heritage organisations, event organisers, and content producers by adding a digital element to them. Co-production: Five Minute Theatre, National Theatre Scotland UPDATE: June 2012 – Five Minute Theatre wins a Critics Award for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) in the category of […]

A framework for the transformation of the creative industries in a digital age

From 2011 – 2015, Hannah undertook PhD research at the Institute for Informatics and Digital Innovation at Edinburgh Napier University’s School of Computing. The doctoral research studied the concepts, methodologies, and tools of The AmbITion Approach, and validated it as a framework for business transformation of the creative industries in a digital age. Hannah has […]

The Touring Network builds digital tools to measure CO2 of rural touring

The Touring Network (TTN) works to support, represent and develop professional live performances happening in small-scale venues across the Highlands & Islands. Across such a vast geographic area, from Shetland to Argyll and Perthshire to Skye, the carbon costs of touring to remote and varied locations can be significant – not only are distances great but transport and buildings infrastructure is also often limited. In order […]

The Touring Network builds digital tools to measure CO2 of rural touring

The Touring Network works to support, represent and develop professional live performances happening in small-scale venues across the Highlands & Islands. Across such a vast geographic area, from Shetland to Argyll and Perthshire to Skye, the carbon costs of touring to remote and varied locations can be significant – not only are distances great but transport and buildings infrastructure is also often limited. In order to […]

Digital Changes Everything

Last year I was invited to address Scotland’s national conference for microenterprises – Small is Beautiful. You can watch my talk “It’s Easy Being Green (with digital)” opposite. Related to that, I’m on the panel at the 2020 Climate Group event Digital Changes Everything on 16th February, 5pm at St. Paul’s & St. George’s Church, […]

Music + develops online learning opportunities to reduce CO2

Music +, the mentoring scheme run by the Scottish Music Centre, piloted an innovative project funded by AmbITion Scotland, the digital development programme designed by Rudman Consulting. They looked at ways of cutting organisational and mentee carbon emissions, through developing and offering online distance learning. Read more about their achievements!

Applied Arts Scotland: Sustainable AmbITions

Applied Arts Scotland (AAS) is a membership organisation which supports the professional development of Scottish applied artists.  AAS is going through fundamental change in the way it delivers its services and received Make:IT:Happen funds to take the opportunity to rethink communication and administration systems in order to be efficient and environmentally responsible. Please read more below on our Sustainable […]

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