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On a regular basis Lung Ha Theatre Company is required, by statutory agreement, to share statistical data with certain of its key funders, e.g. Creative Scotland. All the statistical data shared with partners is done so anonymously.
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Lung Ha Theatre Company (LHTC) is committed to minimising its carbon footprint as much as possible in all aspects of its work: productions; adminstration or outreach. To do this, LHTC has committed to the following points:
- Being a member and abiding by the regulations of Creative Carbon Scotland’s Creative Carbon Initiative.
- Monitoring all journeys (distance, mode of transport) made by staff, permanent and freelancers, on LHTC business, excluding commuting to work.
- Collating data of journeys made monthly, to give an idea of LHTC’s annual carbon footprint.
- Encouraging the use of public transport where ever possible.
- Encouraging all permanent staff members to travel to work in an environmentally sustainable manner.
- Investing in more electronic ways of communicating to reduce paper usage.
- Recycling all set and costumes when shows have finished, where possible.
- Investigating electronic ways of providing information to marketing teams, ie sending out press packs on a USB stick.
- Working with suppliers who have a good environmental policy, where possible.
- Considering the energy usage of any new electronic equipment purchased.
- Including an encouragement to recycle on any paper material printed.
- Encouraging hired freelancers to be as environmentally friendly as possible when working on productions, such as sourcing materials locally.
- Providing as environmentally friendly as possible means of transport when taking company members on tour.
- Working with venues that have a good environmental policy where possible.
LHTC will regularly review its carbon footprint as an organisation with the Board of Driectors.