The Think Footprint project is about engaging with the community and raising awareness of environmental issues, using the World Heritage Site Jurassic Coast and its 185 million years of history to help understand earth’s evolution and the importance of continued bio-diversity for climate, wildlife, and our humankind future.
Please do contribute with ideas to expand and engage more widely and to become a part of the Think Footprint project.
With thanks to the following organisations for permission to reference their websites…
Sidmouth Museum – the home of the footprint – run by the Sid Vale Association, the oldest civic society in Britain. Discover Sidmouth’s fascinating history, people and places www.sidmouthmuseum.co.uk
Sidmouth Science Festival, exciting scientific curiosity in all ages and abilities www.sidmouthsciencefestival.org
Sidmouth Town Council, managing local authority issues within Sidmouth, website links to other local organisations www.sidmouth.gov.uk
Jurassic Coast Trust, helping protect and conserve England’s natural World Heritage Site www.jurassiccoast.org
Seaton Jurassic, interpretation centre engaging people with East Devon’s unique geological, coastal and marine heritage www.seatonjurassic.org
The Pebblebed Heaths Conservation Trust, connecting people with the Pebblebed Heaths, Otter Estuary and important local habitats www.pebblebedheaths.org.uk/education-outreach/
British Geological Society, information and learning resources for teachers, parents and students from primary school through to university www.geolsoc.org.uk/education
Met Office, online resources and education outreach about weather and climate change www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/learn-about/met-office-for-schools