“We’re all hearing about the impacts of climate change, and there’s no better time to start thinking about greening your organization and bringing your board and staff members into the mix.”
Instructor, Great Village NS
Are you part of a cultural organization looking to take action towards environmental sustainability? This course is designed to help get you started in understanding your organization’s carbon footprint and aligning with government programs surrounding green practices.
Throughout the course, you’ll explore real-life examples of organizations who have successfully accessed support for conducting energy audits and making green infrastructure and operational improvements. You’ll also learn the basics of accessing federal, provincial, and municipal resources and incentives to reduce waste and improve energy efficiency.
This course is perfect for those just starting out in their green journey and seeking practical advice on how to set priorities, chart a course for the future, and find the right resources. By the end of this course, you’ll have gained a solid understanding of your role in environmental sustainability, as well as the tools and knowledge needed to implement sustainable practices within your organization.
Join us on this journey towards a greener future for the arts!
- Understanding green terminology
- Creating a sustainability roadmap
- Accessing resources and supports
Who should take this course
- Cultural administrators who are directly involved in monitoring the operational costs within their organizations
- Arts workers looking for ways to lower energy costs and have a positive impact on climate change and the environment
- Those looking for an overview of sustainability resources and supports for the arts in Canada
- ~45 minutes
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The Language of Sustainability
Understand the sometimes baffling terminology related to climate change and sustainability and how it relates to you
Building a Roadmap for Green Practices
Includes instructions and a fillable worksheet to chart your organization’s path to sustainability
Introduction to accessing federal, provincial, and municipal resources and incentives to reduce waste and improve energy efficiency.
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