Plymouth Green Minds
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Nature-Based Leadership Programme launched!

Facilitated by Green Minds in partnership with Natural Change, this programme offers professionals an exciting opportunity to develop strengths as a leader for nature recovery. It empowers them to take positive action to tackle society’s biggest challenges: inequality, climate change and loss of biodiversity. With successful applicants representing a broad range of industries and services, we are looking forward to launching the programme in September. Find out more here:

Creative Commission call out

This opportunity is open to local creatives and will produce a series of 8 creative works, encouraging communities across Plymouth to connect with nature. Each commission will have a separate brief, but will be produced and exhibited as part of an overarching series.

We are encouraging creatives from different disciplines and backgrounds to join us for a guidance workshop and to subsequently feel confident to submit a proposal.  Find out more here:

Nature Connection

We are creating a series of immersive experiences in Real Ideas Organisation's Market Hall dome, around the theme of nature in Plymouth. We'd like to create experiences which are inclusive and enjoyable for everyone, so we have launched a consultation which will inform our storyboarding process! Find out more here:

Plymouth Rewilding Network

Plymouth Rewilding Network continues to grow and to help direct our work across the city. After a successful summer meeting, hosted at a local community group hub, we are now looking forward to our autumn catch up which will shape our priorities as we head towards 2022. Find out more here:

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Urban Innovative Actions

The Urban Innovative Actions (UIA) is a European Union initiative that provided funding to urban areas across Europe to test new and unproven solutions to urban challenges. The initiative had a total ERDF budget of €372 million for 2014-2020.

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