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This June saw the launch of the The Sustainability Toolkit for Ireland’s Creative, Arts and Media Sectors – an online resource guide for Ireland’s cultural and creative industries.  Native were delighted to work closely with Cultural & Creative Industries Skillnet to develop this invaluable tool,

“This online toolkit with its brilliant resources, guides and templates will be a great support for sustainability in the creative, arts & media sector. It’s been a super project to work on with the Cultural and Creative Industries Skillnet team, and we’re excited to see it put to use by creative industry professionals everywhere.” – Megan Best, Native Events CEO.

As the global focus on sustainability intensifies, the cultural and creative industries are uniquely positioned to lead by example. The new Sustainability Toolkit addresses this imperative, offering accessible, practical, and actionable information tailored to the specific needs of the creative industries in Ireland.

“Our Network recognises the urgent need for increasing sustainable practices within our creative, media and arts sectors. Our goal is to drive positive environmental impact while supporting the ongoing growth and excellence of Ireland’s cultural and creative industries. This toolkit provides comprehensive, practical solutions for professionals at every level, enabling them to integrate sustainability into their work. It’s exciting to see it go live.” – Gareth Lee, Manager at Cultural & Creative Industries Skillnet


The toolkit features a range of resources, including:

  • Guides and Templates: Step-by-step instructions for integrating sustainable practices into daily operations, from event planning to production processes.
  • Case Studies: Real-world examples showcasing successful sustainability initiatives within the cultural and creative sectors.
  • Tools and Templates: Ready-to-use materials to help organisations and individuals implement sustainable strategies effectively.
  • Resource Organisations: Reliable sources of accessible and practical information from a variety of Irish as well as international organisations.

To check out the toolkit and for more information visit: