The Living Coast partnership supports and delivers projects across the region, spanning nature conservation, sustainable socio-economic development and environmental awareness.
These include initiatives to green urban spaces and improve water quality, to promote active travel and biocultural tourism and to conduct research into our biosphere’s unique environment.
Brighton & Hove Wilder Verges project is piloting wildlife grass management for biodiversity across the city.
International event encouraging people around the world to find and document wildlife in their local area, 29 April - 2 May 2022.
Celebrating the cultural heritage of our coastline
Exploring the Marine Conservation Zone through sculpture
Celebrating and safeguarding our natural and cultural heritage while encouraging responsible tourism that connects people to nature.
Bringing the wildflowers of the South Downs into Brighton and Hove through the creation of new areas of wildflower planting.
Restoring chalk grassland, improving biodiversity and supporting public engagement on a former golf course.
Restoring and conserving Brighton & Hove’s biggest park while developing opportunities for residents and visitors to connect with nature and local enterprise.
Anna Dumitriu's ‘Algologies’ project explores the entangled relationships between seaweed, women and science.
Protecting our aquifer so that we can all have access to clean, safe water in the future.
Enabling visitors to a forthcoming section of the new national coast path to see that they are travelling through The Living Coast.