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Carbon Literacy Consortium Demonstrates Partnership Working at it’s Very Best

Carbon Literacy Cartrefi Cymru – CLCC is a consortium of 27 Welsh registered social landlords, who have pooled their money and resources to increase Carbon Literacy within their organisations. The project aims to give everyone the opportunity to explore what the reality of climate change means for them in their home life and work life.  Equipped […]

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Welsh Water call for Independent Members to join Glas Cymru

FINAL CALL: Are you someone who can make a difference in your community? Welsh Water is not-for-profit and unique in the utilities sector. Our parent company, Glas Cymru, is a company formed for the purpose of owning, financing and managing Welsh Water. For the sake of a few days’ voluntary work a year, you could […]

Friends of the Earth Cymru launch Wales Climate Action Plan

Friends of the Earth Cymru launch Wales Climate Action Plan

Friends of the Earth Cymru have launched a Climate Action Plan for Wales which calls for a green and fair recovery for people and communities. The plan’s recommendations include:  prioritising vulnerable communities  investing in a green economy to create job opportunities transforming the transport system legislating to clean our air. Friends of the Earth Cymru also […]

11-27 September | Keep Wales Tidy: Autumn Clean Cymru

After taking the difficult decision to postpone Spring Clean Cymru in March, Keep Wales Tidy are excited to announce Autumn Clean Cymru will be taking place from 11-27 September! Autumn Clean Cymru will be a bit different from the usual clean-up campaigns. To make sure everyone stays safe and well, Keep Wales Tidy are encouraging […]

Where does the recovery begin? Thoughts from Cynnal Cymru

If there is any silver lining to the global Covid-19 pandemic, it has been the way it has legitimised the desire for a radical re-haul of Welsh society to better meet the needs of current and future generations. As a membership organisation that exists to accelerate progress towards sustainable development, the opportunities to ‘build back better’ – and avert the impending climate and ecological catastrophes – are things that the Cynnal Cymru team has been thinking about for a long while