Archive for January, 2015

Thought-provoking event, inspiring speakers and an engaged audience

Thank you to everyone that made ‘Sustain Wales’ with Cynnal Cymru an interesting and inspiring day. There was an excellent line up of speakers, an engaged full-house and positive feedback with ‘thought-provoking’ and ‘inspiring’ as the most popular words used to describe the event. The four speakers on the Cynnal Cymru – Sustain Wales themes […]

Cynnal Cymru – Leading the way to a Sustainable Future

We have an excellent line up of speakers at our Sustain Wales event on 22 January at the prestigious Cardiff City Hall. The event marks the launch of the Sustain Wales Fund and a series of Awards both of which are highlighted by our new branding and website which represents the four key areas which […]

Culture Shift: How Artists are Responding to Sustainability in Wales

‘Culture Shift: How Artists are Responding to Sustainability in Wales’ is a research report commissioned by the Arts Council of Wales in 2014. It was officially launched on the 12th of November 2014 at Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff, Wales. ‘Culture Shift’ gives an overview of the many pioneering sustainable arts initiatives currently operating across Wales. […]

Cynnal Cymru, Fareshare Cymru and the Neighbourhood Food Collection project

Cynnal Cymru’s very own Natalie Rees, Project Manager for the Sustainable Development Charter, recently spent a day in Canton Tesco collecting food for FareShare Cymru, an SD Charter signatory. As a result of the project Neighbourhood Food Collection will now be able to provide 4.7 million meals UK-wide.

Climate Change Commission for Wales launches its 2014 Annual Report

The Commission is rounding off the year with the launch of its Annual Report. The report highlights what Commission members, and the sectors they represent, have done to take action to address climate change over the last year. Activities supporting all seven of the Commission’s priority areas are captured from supporting local authorities and town and community councils to […]