Green Light in the City, a new pop-up collaborative space for conversations and creativity around climate change, has opened on Bridlesmith Gate. 
This exciting new project is delivered by a broad-ranging partnership involving both of Nottingham’s Universities, Nottingham City Council’s Carbon Neutral Nottingham 2028 team, and local education and arts organisations and charities including ChalleNGe, Ignite!, and Green Hustle. We hope the space will provide an exciting opportunity for members of the public to get helpful information and share ideas about the city’s green future.
Green Light in the City takes over the former Tokenhouse gift shop on Bridlesmith Gate up until February and is open from 1pm to 4pm, Thursday to Sunday. Full of creative activities, curious installations, stories of hope and a relaxed reading corner, the pop-up is intended to provide a welcoming space for learning and fun. It’s completely free, and open to all ages and groups - just walk in! 

For further information on our partners please click the logos below. 
Nottingham has set an ambition to become the first UK city to be carbon neutral by 2028. Click here to find out more 

The aim of Green Hustle is to set itself apart from the typical approach to climate change. No doom and gloom or street protests. A candid look at the real-life individuals that deal with the current climate crisis whilst shining a spotlight on the organisations who help us avoid it.
Ignite! is a Nottingham-based charity bringing together Curiosity, Creativity and Community to equip young people for an unknown future.
A week long festival which takes Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths out of the lab and into our everyday lives. The festival is about inviting the people of Nottingham to share not only what they know, but also what they would like to know; it’s about celebrating curiosity, asking questions and taking a leading role in finding out the answers.
NTU is one of the most sustainable universities in the world, we are proud of our world-class campuses complete with green spaces, sustainable buildings and transport infrastructure. See the work of the Sustainable Development Team embedding  sustainability within life at NTU.

ChalleNGe is a city-wide partnership of arts and heritage professionals, creative practitioners, teachers, youth leaders and young people who work together to take risks and make things happen – ensuring children and young people of all backgrounds living in Nottingham engage in arts and culture, whether at home, in the community or at school.
The Institute for Policy and Engagement creates partnerships between our world-class researchers, policymakers and the public. Through these partnerships we will tackle together the most compelling challenges locally, nationally and globally.

Since 1977, City Arts  have collaborated with communities and artists to create and explore art of all kinds – from music to writing, from drawing to dance. We aim to give everyone the chance to be creative, regardless of who they are or where they’re from.