The Edinburgh Shoreline project and Creative Carbon Scotland are excited to announce their second Green Tease event. One year on from the start of the Edinburgh Shoreline project, you are invited to join us to reflect on project learning and activity to date and in being the first to explore a new interactive map of Edinburgh’s coast.
Developed by the Central Scotland Green Network Trust as a pilot project, the map contains a wealth of recently compiled data on the city’s coastal landscape. This includes all greenspaces, public and private, including derelict and vacant land, special coastal habitats, access routes and predictions on future coastal erosion.
Following a demonstration of the map and how you will be able to access the data in the future, we’ll hold breakout discussions focusing on the challenges and opportunities this information presents.
As the Edinburgh Shoreline project enters its next phase (running up to March 2020), we’ll explore key areas for further engagement with community groups about the future sustainability of Edinburgh’s shoreline including:
- Green corridors and improvements to green infrastructure
- Developing the sense of place
- Accessibility of the shoreline
Green Tease is a network and ongoing informal events programme connecting creative practices and environmental sustainability across Scotland.
This event is free of charge but places are limited so please reserve your place here to avoid disappointment on the day.
Book your place via Eventbrite here.
Accessibility – Creative Carbon Scotland is committed to actively promoting accessibility, equality and inclusivity in all of our work. The venue for this event is wheelchair accessible. If you require further access support please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Green Tease is a network and informal events programme connecting cultural practices and environmental sustainability across Scotland. Find out more about our Green Tease Open Call and previous events