Mapping Project and Climate Conference

Finally, we have the pleasure of co-presenting the Community Climate Conference at The Assembly Hall on Thursday 19th October from 3-7pm.

This conference was designed to bring community groups and businesses together to share ideas, hopes, dreams and best practice around climate and environment issues, but anyone is welcome to come. We hope to see some of you there.

Do book your place now at

Please pass the word around, especially if you know of local businesses or organisations who could benefit from the wide range of expertise available on the day. There’s a really great line up of speakers and workshop leaders, including Pooran Desai from One Planet, who designed our Sustainable Worthing Map (

This event is a collaborative community-led project organised by TTW, CREW, Green Tides and Community Works.

Zero 2030 Climate Conference Wins Award!

The Zero 2030 Climate Conference won a bronze award in the Connecting People and the Countryside category at the CPRE Sussex Countryside Awards on 14th October.

Click here to read the full story in CPRE

Huge thanks to everyone who supported the event – we could not have done it without you – and to Michelle Furtado from Worthing Climate Action and Francesca Iliffe from Adur & Worthing Councils for the huge amount of time and energy you put into it, you were wonderful to work with.

Worthing Climate Assembly

The Adur & Worthing Climate Assembly has begun with 40 local residents meeting online to listen to evidence from a great number and variety of speakers and experts, including presentations by Nicola Peel, Carrie Corrt & Tony Whitbread who many of you will know.

These presentations are available to view via YouTube Keep checking back for more uploads including a Q&A with TTW!

The Assembly continues until December 2020, after which time the participants will make recommendations that will go to Adur & Worthing Councils in Spring 2021.