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We regularly highlight people, nature, places, and things hapening here that demonstrate what makes The Living Coast so special.

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UNESCO Education for Sustainable Development for 2030

UNESCO Education for Sustainable Development for 2030

The UNESCO Education for Sustainable Development for 2030 online conference took place in May 2021 primarily for national leaders and decision makers in environmental education and UNESCO supported youth representatives from the Biosphere programme around the world to attend. Nat Marshall was fortunate enough to gain a place at the conference representing The Living Coast and has written this blog of his experience.

Posted: 08 June 2021 | Comments: 0

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Calling Gardening and Wildlife Enthusiasts!

Calling Gardening and Wildlife Enthusiasts!

Want to do more to ‘green’ your garden and your street? Do you want to learn more about our native wildlife and how your garden can become a haven? Greenhavens Network can support you from a window box to big scale garden reserve! They also offer training to become a Wilder Garden Champion ...

Posted: 18 May 2021 | Comments: 0

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City Nature Challenge 2021

City Nature Challenge 2021

Does Bristol have more birds than Brighton? Cardiff more chestnuts than Coventry? Manchester more minibeasts than Middlesbrough? Help us find out by taking part in City Nature Challenge!

Posted: 29 March 2021 | Comments: 0

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TLC’s Biocultural Heritage Tourism Project in 2021

TLC’s Biocultural Heritage Tourism Project in 2021

Like everyone else in the tourism industry, our original plans for our BioCultural Heritage Tourism Project had to change with the impact of Covid-19. Find out what’s been happening in the past year and things to look forward to in 2021...

Posted: 15 February 2021 | Comments: 0

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The Hidden Gem of Newhaven - Riverside Park

The Hidden Gem of Newhaven - Riverside Park

It’s incredible to think that up until its closure in 1981, this beautiful ecologically diverse reserve was a landfill site! Now designated a Site of Nature Conservation Interest (SNCI) it is recolonising and evolving...

Image by Mike Kerry.

Posted: 18 December 2020 | Comments: 0

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Our precious chalk Downlands

Our precious chalk Downlands

The chalk Downland of Sussex and the South Downs is some of the rarest habitat in the UK

Posted: 10 December 2020 | Comments: 1

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Enjoy the South Downs during lockdown

Enjoy the South Downs during lockdown

Kate Drake, Health and Wellbeing Officer for the South Downs National Park, gives her take on ways to reduce stress during lockdown and gives an update on her work.

Posted: 25 November 2020 | Comments: 1

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Keeping Healthy in Mind and Body during Lockdown

Keeping Healthy in Mind and Body during Lockdown

Looking for ways to enjoy the beauty of nature during lockdown?

Posted: 18 November 2020 | Comments: 0

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Nature inspired Street Art adds splash of colour to Saltdean WC's

Nature inspired Street Art adds splash of colour to Saltdean WC's

Award-winning Sussex street artist creates nature-themed mural giving life back to Saltdean’s neglected WC’s

Posted: 09 November 2020 | Comments: 0

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Sixteen People in Brunswick Square Owned 2500 Slaves!

Sixteen People in Brunswick Square Owned 2500 Slaves!

Paul Campbell, Parks Projects & Strategy Manager at Brighton & Hove City Council shares his own personal story on exploring Black history and what it means to him. Follow his journey and find out what he uncovered ...

Posted: 02 November 2020 | Comments: 0

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