Find out what’s happening in the biosphere.
The 2022 City Nature Challenge welcomed 67,220 citizen scientists in May to the annual challenge recording local nature in cities across the globe.
Help guide the development of this exceptional site
Celebrate local producers at the Sussex Gin and Fizz festival.
Events to launch our local wilding project from 28 May - 5 June.
Help Brighton & Hove create a 100 year plan for their City Downland Estate.
The coming of Spring heralds the appearance of some of The Living Coasts most special creatures.
To celebrate Dark Skies Week artist Steve Geliot took a night time adventure across The Living Coast.
This 600m long boardwalk runs through the entire new wildlife site at Black Rock, allowing close range views of the emerging habitat
Brighton & Hove City Council has installed 6 new water fountains in the city to help reduce plastic waste and provide access to healthy, free drinking water on the go.
Does Brighton have more birds than Bristol? Cardiff more chestnuts than Coventry? Manchester more minibeasts than Middlesbrough? Help us find out by taking part in City Nature Challenge!
Help combat climate change and support wildlife at home by creating a rain garden.
New consultation open to look at key modifications to the plan.
Sussex Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority are consulting on the proposed byelaw.
Open Call for an Artist Commission: Fabrica, ONCA & The Living Coast Residency 2022
Fancy a new adventure? Find wonderful walks and explore undiscovered gems
What to look for in The Living Coast in February and March
Have your say on Brighton & Hove City Council's newest planning guidance.
Learn more and share your thoughts on the proposed new rainscape at Wild Park
Vote by 2 February to support projects bidding to the Ouse Valley CARES Community Pitch
The RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch is happening again, this weekend: 28 - 30 January 2022
Join the team delivering the Changing Chalk project across The Living Coast and wider Eastern South Downs
From Kew to Kemptown - Almost 1,000 young plants find a home on Brighton beach
Despite the challenges we all continue to face due to Covid, there has been so much to celebrate this year across The Living Coast.
Love trees, but don’t know what you’re looking at? Register to receive your free tree identification guides to help you learn about trees and connect with nature where you live, study or work
New starling observation space #StarlingsRoost launched on Brighton Pier
One of the best ways of attracting wildlife to your garden is to put in a pond, and autumn is the best time of year to do it. Brighton & Hove Wildlife Forum share with us their top tips for creating a pond.
Have your say on improving travel for everyone in a more inclusive and liveable city of Brighton & Hove
A £2.23m National Lottery Heritage Fund grant will help restore rare habitats and lost landscapes, bring history and local cultures to life and provide new experiences in the outdoors
Rising energy costs is an increasing worry for many. Brighton and Hove Energy Services Co-operative offer advice for homes and businesses.
22 September is Car Free Day which encourages people to walk, cycle or use public transport, instead of using their car for the ...
Join us for Homeward Bound Festival this October and sample the folk music and flavours, tales and traditions, natural riches and engineering ingenuity that have shaped life on this pebbly, chalk-cliffed stretch of shoreline.
Visit Brighton Museum before 3rd October and explore our interactive display on the cultural and natural heritage of The Living Coast.
Nothing sums up a Sussex summer more than watching our beautiful butterflies while they dance over the Downs, circle through our woods or flutter in our back gardens.
Next time you are on the top deck of a Brighton & Hove Bus you might catch a glimpse of the cities first bee bus stop.
Two new rapid tree planting funding opportunities for Green Space Forum members.
Brighton & Hove City Council has published details of its programme to reach carbon neutrality by 2030.
A leading expert has welcomed Lewes District Council's biodiversity strategy and called on everyone to invite wildlife into our neighbourhoods.
Fabrica and The Living Coast are delighted to announce that Anna Dumitriu has been selected for the Fabrica-Living Coast Artist Residency 2021.
Wilder Gardens is the perfect opportunity for you to green your garden, your street and your community.
Today marks the start of the UNESCO world conference on Education for Sustainable Development.
Be a low impact traveller this summer and explore the coast and countryside of The Living Coast by Bike.
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.
#LeaveNoTrace Brighton is a community-initiated, proactive campaign to raise awareness and promote responsible rubbish disposal on Brighton's beaches and green spaces.
The BLUE campaign was founded in 2014 by wildlife filmmaker Fergus Beeley in response to the State of Nature report published that year which showed a dramatic decline in Biodiversity in the UK. Find out how to get involved.
It was announced this week that a new byelaw to help the regeneration of our nearshore marine habitats has been passed by the UK Secretary of State for the Environment.
Today is World Water Day and this year the theme is what water means to people.
The Living Coast will host a conference and study tour.
Here’s an update on what’s been happening in the past year and things to look forward to in 2021.
A successful community project has emerged during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Here are a few suggestions for walks which you can follow on your smart phone with the biosphere.
Have you spotted one of the 30 new double decker buses yet?
Take a look through these fantastic shots from Steve Winsor taken recently on The Living Coast right below the surface within the marina.
Kim Moore hates the cold but she loves cold water swimming. She explains why.
While many might not realise it, Brighton has a rich cultural heritage with whales and dolphins (‘cetaceans’).