(A shorter version of this article by Hannah Rudman appeared as a blog in The Guardian’s Culture Professionals Network.) A huge body of science built up over the last 50 years proves that climate change is anthropogenic: human made. The balance of nature is being significantly affected by the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) humans and […]
Watch this case study presented by Hannah Rudman: the Screen Machine analyses its Carbon Emissions and talks about how digital tools have helped this process and how they will support a lower carbon future for the UK’s only mobile cinema which takes movie night to 34 of Scotland’s more remote communities. Funded by Sustainable AmbITion, […]
Individuals and organisations working in arts, culture and the creative industries in Scotland are faced with a rapidly changing external operating environment that is increasingly uncertain. Many, especially those working in small practices, micro businesses and SMEs, face continuous obstacles to achieving their full potential, especially in relation to accessing the right kind of human and […]
For anyone interested in making cultural shift happen, the annual TED-style for the Creative and Cultural Industries,I’m very excited to be speaking at 2013 Shift Happens V – I’ve spoken at 2 previous Shifts, and this year’s line up seems to embody the very notion of Shift: asking thought leaders from at a wide range […]
Sustainable AmbITion was part of the AmbITion Scotland programme’s Make:IT:Happen Fund, and has come about through my Envirodigital research and development. Sustainable AmbITion was about giving arts, culture, and heritage organisations support through grants, signposting and consultancy) to make some first steps towards being ecologically sustainable – using digital tools. Just because these sectors not […]
When people ask me about the Sustainable AmbITion strand of the Make:IT:Happen fund (part of the AmbITion Scotland programme designed and delivered by Rudman Consulting, funded by The National lottery via Creative Scotland) they are often curious about the sort of projects other arts, cultural and heritage organisations have undertaken where digital technologies are used to […]
The amazing new arts, music, cinema and creative industries centre, Mareel in Lerwick on the Shetland Isles, hosted our first 2012 AmbITion Scotland roadshow. On the topic of Glo/cal, the roadshow explored how local and community focussed projects can encourage global participation and engagement through utilising digital tools. Hannah Rudman gave an overview of the […]
Envirodigital is a finalist in the national Scottish SME Enviro App competition – we submitted an executive summary of an app we currently have in development for SMEs (Small or Medium-sized Enterprises) and microbusinesses to help them become greener. Watch this space for more news!