Latest News from The Living Coast, Brighton & Lewes Downs Biosphere

The Living Coast Artist in Residency - Algologies by Anna Dumitriu

The Living Coast Artist in Residency - Algologies by Anna Dumitriu

Come and be immersed in nature in a space filled with branches, saplings and thinnings, combined with a strong, earthy smell reminiscent of a forest floor. Visitors must take a journey through the installation, to see what awaits them on the other side. The pathway forks...and a choice must be made.

Posted: 25 May 2021 | Comments: 0

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Explore the Living Coast by Bike

Explore the Living Coast by Bike

Be a low impact traveller this summer and explore the coast and countryside of The Living Coast by Bike. Visit the South Downs, towns and coast around Brighton and Hove collectively known as The Living Coast, the UK’s only urban UNESCO World Biosphere Region...

Image credit: Visit England

Posted: 17 May 2021 | Comments: 0

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UNESCO World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development

UNESCO World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development

Two local youth representatives from The Living Coast are attending this weeks UNESCO world conference on Education for Sustainable Development.

Posted: 17 May 2021 | Comments: 0

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City Nature Challenge 2021 – results so far, keep submitting your observations!

City Nature Challenge 2021 – results so far, keep submitting your observations!

Thank you to all the citizen scientists across the Living Coast and beyond who took part in this weekend’s City Nature Challenge. People all across the Brighton & Eastern Downs have helped us learn more about the flora and fauna of our region in both urban and rural areas...

Posted: 04 May 2021 | Comments: 0

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Have your say on our new website

Have your say on our new website

We’re working with local company Wilsome to update the site and make it easier to navigate. Share your opinions on what you’d like to see at The Living Coast

Posted: 22 April 2021 | Comments: 0

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#LeaveNoTrace across our Living Coast

#LeaveNoTrace across our Living Coast

Leave No Trace Brighton is a community-initiated, proactive campaign to raise awareness and promote responsible rubbish disposal on Brighton's beaches and green spaces. Leave No Trace is a global initiative to protect our natural environment by inspiring everybody to take responsibility for their own actions.

Posted: 15 April 2021 | Comments: 0

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Blue Hearts for Rewilding

Blue Hearts for Rewilding

The Blue Heart campaign encourages people to set aside parts of their garden to grow wild and step away from manicured lawns, enabling different habitats to establish and support local wildlife.

Posted: 06 April 2021 | Comments: 0

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First Step Success to Habitat Restoration on the Sussex Coast

First Step Success to Habitat Restoration on the Sussex Coast

A new byelaw to help the regeneration of our nearshore marine habitats has been passed by the UK Secretary of State for the Environment.

Posted: 23 March 2021 | Comments: 0

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It's World Water Day!

It's World Water Day!

Today is World Water Day and this year the theme is what water means to people. Clean water is essential for our health and the health of our natural environment. Imagine how different our lives would be if we were not able to rely on clean water being available at the turn of a tap!

Posted: 22 March 2021 | Comments: 0

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BioCultural Heritage Tourism virtual conference and study tour 2021

BioCultural Heritage Tourism virtual conference and study tour 2021

The Living Coast will host a conference and study tour for partners, stakeholders and tourism SMEs this March. An opportunity to learn, engage and interact with attendees from all four Biosphere Reserves.

Posted: 11 March 2021 | Comments: 0

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