On Sunday 18th September, Brighton environmentalists are invited to take off their clothes and join a naked beach clean-up campaign. Strip The Beach, organised by the World Cetacean Alliance, aims to strip the beach of rubbish, and get into the record books. Organisers intend to bring together a Guinness World Record number of naked people for the event.Beach clean-ups are conducted around the world with the aim of removing man-made debris from the coastline and recycling or disposing of the collected waste accordingly. Brighton has the UK’s only “Green” constituency and is located within the Brighton and Lewes Downs UNESCO Biosphere Region. However, following council funding cuts for street and beach cleaning, marine litter and derelict fishing equipment continues to wash up and remain on our shores.
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