Jacksons Lane is committed to reducing our environmental impact through becoming a more sustainable, responsible organisation.
We work with Julie’s Bicycle, a charity which promotes environmental sustainability within arts organisations, who advise us in various ways we can reduce our carbon footprint. We are currently focusing on water usage, energy usage, waste management and travel.
Here's the headlines we’re working towards:
- We aim to be on track for zero emissions and waste to landfill by 2023.
- We aim to keep attitudes of Reduce, Re-use and Recycle in place across all departments
- We will continue towards making environmental sustainability within the arts imaginative, rather than restrictive.
- We aim to be a model of best practice for environmental sustainability in historic buildings.
We have an Environmental Planning Team which meets regularly to discuss our progress towards meeting our goals, new ideas and developing our environmental action plan. This plan outlines to integral, day-to-day procedures which enable us to improve our sustainability, as well as long term planning for moving forward.
- Reduction of waste across communal office areas and introduction of mixed recycling
- On-going reduction in print quantities for marketing materials
- The introduction of rechargeable batteries across the organisation
- Awarded a 4-star rating by Julie's Bicycle, recognising our environmental commitment, understanding and improvement.
How You Can Help
- We encourage everyone who uses our building: staff, hirers, audience members, artists, to think about how they travel to and from Jacksons Lane. We have excellent transport links with a bus stop right outside and Highgate Tube Station directly opposite.
- Instead of taking a brochure or receiving one in the post, sign up to receive email updates from us by clicking HERE
- We work with Haringey 40:20 who advise businesses and individuals in the borough on how making small changes can improve sustainability and environmental impact. Find out more HERE