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

The Living Coast presents...

The Living Coast presents...

We are pleased to announce a new programme of free, online talks, looking in more detail at some of the diverse topics and specialisms we focus on within The Living Coast.

For our first session we are thrilled to host Ben Earl, Head of Water Efficiency at Southern Water, discussing: ‘A Resilient South East: managing water resources for all

Posted: 24 September 2020 | Comments: 0

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Brighton & Hove Climate Assembly

Brighton & Hove Climate Assembly

Brighton & Hove will host it's first climate assembly this autumn with 50 people chosen to represent the diversity of our communities.

Posted: 11 September 2020 | Comments: 0

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Green Architecture Sessions 2020

Green Architecture Sessions 2020

Our living environments came into sharp focus during the pandemic and with the escalating climate crisis The Green Architecture Sessions aim to seek solutions that work for people and planet.

Posted: 07 September 2020 | Comments: 0

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Climate change and sustainability strategy consultation open to Lewes residents

Climate change and sustainability strategy consultation open to Lewes residents

Lewes District Council has launched a consultation on its Climate Change and Sustainability Strategy

Posted: 27 August 2020 | Comments: 0

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Discovering Treasure Below

Discovering Treasure Below

Hold your breath and dive beneath the surface of The Living Coast

Posted: 04 August 2020 | Comments: 0

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Virtual Wild Chalk Festival 2020

Virtual Wild Chalk Festival 2020

The free, virtual and fun ‘Wild Chalk’ festival in partnership with Brighton and Hove City Council and The South Downs National Park Authority runs from Sunday 19 July until Friday 24 July.

Posted: 17 July 2020 | Comments: 0

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Help Protect our Precious Elms

Help Protect our Precious Elms

Brighton & Hove City Council are calling on residents to help spot Elm Disease which can devastate our fine collection of trees. You can help by becoming an extra pair of eyes and reporting any Elms you believe may be infected.

Posted: 23 June 2020 | Comments: 0

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Do something WILD this June

Do something WILD this June

This June, join thousands of people taking part in The Wildlife Trusts annual nature challenge, 30 Days Wild!

Do one wild thing a day throughout the whole month: for your health, wellbeing and for the planet. That’s 30 simple, fun and exciting Random Acts of Wildness.

Posted: 15 May 2020 | Comments: 0

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Citizen Scientists take the City Nature Challenge

Citizen Scientists take the City Nature Challenge

Citizen scientists have helped us learn more about the flora and fauna of the Biosphere by participating in the first City Nature Challenge in The Living Coast.

Posted: 30 April 2020 | Comments: 0

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City Nature Challenge 2020

City Nature Challenge 2020

Want to learn new skills? Homeschooling children and looking for new activities? Why not help us take part in the City Nature Challenge! A worldwide effort to find and record local wildlife 24- 27th April 2020. Help us to showcase the amazing nature we have within The Living Coast, right on your doorstep.

Posted: 07 April 2020 | Comments: 0

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Nature 2020

This year is the end of the UN Decade of Biodiversity. Help us mark this by celebrating biodiversity in our biosphere.

Visit Nature2020 websiteProceed to the Living Coast