There are a number of approaches, such as reducing packaging and moving from physical-based to digital products, which can help to both lower business costs and environmental impacts. These practices, as well as new innovations in sustainability, need to be more widely adopted by creative businesses.


Creative Industries KTN will be undertaking  a programme of work to explore how to promote sutsainability in the creative industries in the coming months.  We'll be seeking to work with :

  • Media Greenhouse, the home of environmental sustainability for the screen arts.
  • Julie's Bicycle,  a not for profit organisation making sustainability intrinsic to the business, art and ethics of the creative industries

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