Eco-leadership Network for Cultural Institutions, Businesses and Organizations Cultural institutions can through example and leadership with communities, peer institutions or other stakeholders including cities, civic and research around the world find inspiration on how to transform their own daily practices and benefit.
Through Culture Futures continuous platform cultural institutions, organizations and businesses can get support to make contact with peer institutions or other stakeholders including cities, civic and research around the world for inspiration on how to transform their own daily practices and benefit.
The opportunities may be exploited faster and better by being part of a global network. Culture|Futures offer a continuous platform for this. Cultural institutions and the wider creative economy can act for ecology through changing their daily practices in different ways. This will not only benefit the environment, but bring institutions economic, creative and social benefits:
- Economic savings on running costs, through resource-efficiency, which also lowers carbon and ecological footprints
- Creative innovation and quality development of core products, inspired by addressing the culture and ecology connect
- Social relevance for audiences and communities by addressing cultural consequences of green changes to citizens and consumers.
Leadership for connecting culture and ecology in daily practice
Addressing change requires holistic, interconnected approaches. Working successfully with ecology also touches on major areas of economy, health, human rights, social responsibility, security and equal opportunity.