The arts needs to address its environmental impact: here's how

Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Ensemble Correspondances has looked at how to make its performing and touring more sustainable - and wants to encourage others to do the same

Ensemble Correspondances: committed to minimising its environmental impact (Bertrand Pichene/CCR Ambronay)
Ensemble Correspondances: committed to minimising its environmental impact (Bertrand Pichene/CCR Ambronay)

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