SEARCH RESULTS FOR ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY IN AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS ARCHIVE : 6 ITEMS FOUND

Author(s): Helicon Collaborative
Date of Publication: Feb 01, 2018

The goal of this field scan is to understand and frame how place-based arts and cultural inter-ventions, or “creative placemaking,” can advance sustainability outcomes in the context of community development. We focused on the U.S. context, although many of the issues and priorities identified are also globally relevant. [Introduction, p. 6]

Author(s): Mary Ann DeVlieg
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2010

This research paper and report on a 2010 summit convened by the Asia-Europe Foundation provides a variety of examples of current and future practice at the arts/environment/sustainability intersection.

Author(s): Alexis Frasz
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Grantmakers in the Arts commissioned this survey of arts funders who are supporting environment-related work. Some of the funders are actively pursuing this cross-sector work, while others are just beginning to consider whether and how to do this.

Author(s): Alison Tickell and Sarah Gardner
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This report presents research across a wide range of national arts councils and ministries of culture, with the goal of broadening the understanding of environmental sustainability in connection to the arts, outlining current and future work, and encouraging collaboration and partnership to develop policies and programs related to culture and environmental sustainability.

Author(s): World Travel & Tourism Council
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This report from the World Travel & Tourism Council looks at the impact of envirnonmental and sustainability issues on the future of global tourism.

Author(s): János Csapó
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The main aim of this chapter is to thoroughly present the role and positions of cultural tourism, as one of modern tourism industry’s most dynamically developing branch, in today’s global tourism market both from the theoretical and the practical point of view.