Wednesday 7 March 2012

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Competition opens for this year’s Nick Darke Award for environmental playwriting, screenwriting and documentary, with a prize of £6,000.

After Miss Julie is to open at the Young Vic in London, a ‘Classics for a New Climate’ production with Julie’s Bicycle, aiming to reduce the amount of electricity used from the national grid by 50% in the production of the show.

Alan Davey of Arts Council England announces that ACE will embed environmental sustainability in its funding agreements with Nationally Funded Organisations and Major Partner Museums.

A tent in Edinburgh this week houses discussions and workshops on ecology and art with students from 'Art, Space and Nature' at Edinburgh College of Art, and eco/art/scotland.

In London, the publication ATLAS: Geography, Architecture and Change in an Interdependent World will be launched at the Purcell Room, with geographer Doreen Massey, food urbanist Carolyn Steele, campaigner Andrew Simms and playwright Lemn Sissay.

At the Science Museum, London, architect Sunand Prasad, campaigner Martin Kirk and climate activist Cat Hudson will discuss how to get people to change their habits.

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