Nature’s Grand Designs at Booth Museum for Nature2020
Becoming carbon neutral by 2030
You can see miniature homes under the microscope, make your own bird’s nest with RSPB, find out about plans to restore the Sussex kelp forest with Brighton Dolphin Project and chat with the curators to discover the strangest home invaders.
The Discovery Day will run as a 10:30am to 4pm drop-in, is free for all ages and will use a first-come, first-served policy.
Nature2020 is an exciting year-long program of events and activities aimed at educating and engaging residents, young people, communities and visitors to enable them to get involved in combatting the climate emergency and encourage projects that support natural habitat creation and biodiversity.
Brighton & Hove City Council are proud to support Nature2020 as it closely aligns with our commitment to become carbon neutral by 2030.
Councillor Alan Robins, Chair of the Tourism, Equalities, Communities & Culture Committee said: “As a council we have declared a climate emergency.
“We are lucky to have such a diverse climate on our doorstop in Brighton & Hove so it is the responsibility of all of us to contribute to keeping it this way.
“I’m glad to welcome Nature2020 as it can help to inspire us to connect with our natural environment and understand what we can do to make a difference.”
Find out more about Nature2020 as well as the other organisations involved in the program of events, activities and exhibitions on the Nature2020 website, the Nature2020 Facebook page and the Nature2020 Twitter page.
Photo credit Cary Creed
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Today the council is proud to welcome Nature2020 to Brighton & Hove, a year-long event raising awareness of the biodiversity emergency.
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