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New Edens

Eden has grown into a living, breathing model of positive change. Eden Project International is now developing new projects across the UK and on every inhabited continent of the world. The story is going global.

Why?

New Edens are our global response to the planetary emergency.  The International and National destination projects are being developed with teams from the different areas, responding to local themes and needs. The Wild Sites prioritise the natural ecosystem, promoting ecological rehabilitation and supporting local livelihoods.

The plants, people and buildings at the mothership, Eden Cornwall, demonstrate that radical transformation can become a reality through the power of determination, collaboration and imagination.

David Harland on New Edens

Eden Project North

Eden Project North in Morecambe, Lancashire

For many years Morecambe has been one of Britain’s most popular tourist destinations with visitors attracted to its stunning natural landscape. Eden Project North re-imagines Morecambe as a seaside resort for the 21st Century, inspiring wonder and a connection with the natural world drawing on the Eden Project’s focus on education, ecology and community.

Artist's impression of Eden Project China in Qingdao

Eden Project Qingdao, China

This was the first Eden Project to be announced outside Cornwall. It will be themed around water, showing that it is the life blood of nature, culture and civilisation.

Interior shot of Terra sustainability pavilion

Terra, the Sustainability Pavilion, Expo 2020

We co-led the landscape design and visitor experience for Terra, the Sustainability Pavilion, the green centrepiece of the Dubai Expo 2020. It will showcase the Eden ethos to an estimated 25 million visitors during the Expo's 182-day duration.

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