Bury the Giant Christmas Consultation

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  • The Forum, Sustainability Hub, University of Plymouth

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Carbon looms large, it is the giant of our times. Join the Art and Energy Collective as they journey deep into wild moss forests, seeking the inspiration and tools that will help us to BURY the GIANT.
Mosses are highly significant in combatting the impacts of the climate emergency. They protect from extreme weathers, absorb air pollutants and are the first plant to grow on land damaged by wildfires. They stabilise the soil and create the environment for microbes, bacteria and fungi to reconstitute the habitat for larger plants to grow back. Mosses show us that tiny actions make a big difference. When we work together we can bring abundance back to abandoned places.
How to Bury the Giant officially launches in January 2023 and this is an opportunity to hear more about the project with the project partners. Alongside this, the Christmas gathering will be celebrating Art and Energy Collective's Plymouth Energy Community (PEC) Pals project.
There will be a creative element to the event making Bury the Giant ply badges with reclaimed threads and materials. There will also be the chance to share some elevenses and catch up with friends and colleagues too.
All are welcome at this seasonal get together but please note that registration is essential as numbers are limited.

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