Julie’s Bicycle have released the Creative Climate Census, the longest-running research which captures the attitudes, values and actions of cultural leaders in response to climate change and environmental sustainability and their impact on business planning and decision-making.
The results of the first edition were published in May 2014, under the heading of Sustaining Creativity. In partnership with research consultancy Social Value Lab, the survey was repeated in early 2017 to see what trends have emerged since then.
This research has been supported by Arts Council England and the Knowledge Transfer Network.
The Creative Climate Census attracted 476 responses representing an estimated cumulative business turnover of £1.1 billion covering the breadth of the cultural sector in the UK, including combined arts, dance, literature, museums and heritage, music, theatre and visual arts. The responses highlight the vital role and impact of Julie’s Bicycle at defining and re-defining the environmental sustainability agenda with the sector.
Read the Executive Summary of the report.
You can download all the accompanying documents and the report in full at Julie's Bicycle website