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How will you start your carbon management journey? Creative Carbon Scotland has a number of tools and resources to help you measure, monitor and reduce your carbon emissions.

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Measure your impacts with the Creative Climate Tools, developed by Julie’s Bicycle for the creative community.

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Compare learning courses which cover various aspects of music performance, theory, and business.

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Pronouns: A Resource

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This guide is created to help anyone learn how to use people’s correct pronouns and why this is important.

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Get involved in Composition Challenges and submit your compositions to be in the chance of having your students’ compositions performed by London Sinfonietta musicians!

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An interactive, whistle-stop tour of new music and composition! London Sinfonietta musicians and presenter Patrick Bailey explore how to compose and create new music. Listen to pieces by living composers, join in with the performance and hear new works by young people.

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In Spring 2024, we added included an updated Music Tech category, as well as a brand new Tabla section to A Common Approach, our online resource to support music educators in their teaching practice and help develop a holistic approach to music education. Watch back our in-depth introduction to these modules led by the people who helped create them.

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This article, written by Chris Philpott, considers ways to decolonise the school music curriculum in a holistic way, and looks beyond ‘adding more’ to the curriculum to challenging the underpinning values.

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Download our This Is Not A Rehearsal asset pack to share the campaign on your social media pages.

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The evidence is clear: the main cause of climate change is burning fossil fuels such as oil, gas, and coal. When burnt, fossil fuels release carbon dioxide into the air, causing the planet to heat up.

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