Archive for the ‘Creative Industries’ Category

Welsh-made hydrogen car prototype launched this week

Riversimple, based in Llandrindod Wells, have unveiled their new prototype car and will be bringing it to The Sustain Wales Summit on 21st April. Hugo Spowers, Riversimple’s Chief engineer and founder, will be speaking at the Summit about Resource Innovation along with other sector-leading experts who are translating the principles of sustainability into practice. The […]

Simon Nurse – How to Innovate Our Way out of a Looming Ecological Crisis

Rare is the platform where you are genuinely among friends. Particularly when that platform debates thorny issues such as eco-design, industrial ecology, waste, the circular economy and sharing. But let there be no doubt, Cynnal Cymru’s ‘Show and tell’ event was precisely that; an opportunity to share ideas and push, pull, knead and shape new […]

Launch of new event series

Cynnal Cymru-Sustain Wales have recently launched a series of events including monthly office networking lunches (free to members) as well as a variety of other exciting events. Our ‘Spoken World’ and shared learning events will reach out to diverse audiences and seek to bring new communities and perspectives into the debate that lies behind the […]

Canolfan Mileniwm Cymru | Wales Millennium Centre

Queens Award Wales Millennium Centre

The Sustainable Development Charter congratulates its signatory the Wales Millennium Centre on receiving the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Sustainable Development. The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the UK’s highest accolade for business success. The Centre received the award for Sustainable Development. The Centre holds close to its heart the importance of balancing the social, […]

Engage The Whole Person – Its About More Than Facts

There is a limit to how much you can engage a person by appealing to rationality based on scientific fact. Sometimes only a poem or song will get the message across. Here are some fine examples from The Guardian website including two from Welsh poets Robert Minhinnick and Gillian Clarke

Why I love being bilingual

Comedian and Cynnal Cymru – Sustain Wales staff member Daniel Glyn shares his views on being bilingual. “My name is Daniel Glyn, I used to be a children’s presenter – this was about three maybe four stone ago. I am from Cardiff, my mother was from London, and my father was from Anglesey, so that’s […]