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Gemma joined CCS in October 2012. Having graduated from the University of St Andrews with a degree in Sustainable Development and Art History she has developed a special interest in the relationship between visual art and sustainability. Through a range of roles in the arts as well as public health and renewable energy sectors, Gemma has become increasingly interested in creative responses to sustainability, where different disciplines and professional backgrounds converge to find new solutions. Over the past year she has worked on the development of the CCS Green Arts Portal alongside the training workshop programme which gives practical guidance to making carbon reductions to arts organisations across Scotland.