Lewis Coenen-Rowe

Lewis joined Creative Carbon Scotland in July 2019. His background is in classical music, working as a composer of chamber music and opera as well as teaching music in universities. Prior to joining Creative Carbon Scotland, he worked as a teaching assistant at Glasgow University after completing a PhD in music composition at King’s College London.

He also has a background in environmental campaigning with groups including Fossil Free, Divest Parliament, Friends of the Earth, and BP or not BP and has experience of lobbying decision makers, writing briefings, organising gatherings, and building networks.

His role at Creative Carbon Scotland involves running the project Climate Beacons for COP26, managing the Green Tease events series and network, researching and writing articles for the Library of Creative Sustainability, advising and supporting artistic and sustainability practitioners, and developing collaborative projects between the arts and environmental sectors.

Lewis’ normal working days at Creative Carbon Scotland are Monday-Thursday.

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