Archive for the ‘Health and well-being’ Category

Future CAR:DIFF | exploring a ‘citizen-centric’ approach to sustainable transport

Following on from our Future CAR:DIFF event held last week, Dr Katie Beverley, Senior Research Officer at PDR, summarises and reflects on the presentations, Q&A and discussions, a number of key themes emerged, as discussed below. I was delighted to be invited to attend and summarise Cynnal Cymru’s most recent event in a series that […]

Innovation Shorts | Burry Port Community Primary School – the first Passivhaus school in Wales

In 2016 Burry Port Community Primary School project won the Sustainable School category in the Sustain Wales Awards for the first Passivhaus school in Wales. Scored highly by the expert panel of judges and a clear winner in the public vote, the school is an excellent example of how a collaborative, inclusive approach to the design […]

Be bold, be innovative and have fun!

Last week we hosted the second Sustain Wales Summit in the Principality Stadium and we were wowed by an amazing line up of speakers and organisations that are proof that innovative approaches, products and new business models are really making a difference to business, our communities and our environment in Wales. The Summit focused on […]

Cynnal Connect shared learning & events for 2017

Join us in the New Year for a range of shared learning and networking opportunities designed to connect, inform and inspire. From our monthly networking lunches combined with our new Well-being Now training to our Business Leadership for Sustainable Development professional training, we offer a range of opportunities to help your business grow. Highlights of […]

Sustain Wales Awards Finalists Announced – Vote now!

We are delighted to announce the finalists for the Sustain Wales Awards 2016. Over the past few months Cynnal Cymru have been inspired by the 60 applications we have received for the Sustain Wales Awards taking place in November 2016. We have been overwhelmed by the number of exciting innovative projects and initiatives being carried out […]

Y Pelican nappiCycle in action

Cynnal Cymru members work together ‘Towards Zero Waste’

Cynnal Cymru – Sustain Wales member, NaturalUK, is an innovative, Welsh enterprise working towards Zero Waste. As the largest independent washroom services and clinical waste collection company in Wales, NaturalUK have introduced a complete nappy recycling service, ‘nappiCycle’, and have partnered up with another Cynnal Cymru member, The Pelican Nursery, to offer a 100% landfill […]

Sustainability celebrated at Sustain Wales Awards

Cynnal Cymru – Sustain Wales’ inaugural Sustain Wales Awards ceremony was held at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff last night to an audience of national and international businesses and champions of sustainability in Wales. The Awards are to celebrate and highlight the excellent work being done in Wales and the evening was filled with […]

Get Wales Walking, the movement has begun

A charity is launching a call for political parties to make Wales a nation that walks more and feels the benefits of walking. Living Streets Cymru and its supporters want the Welsh Government to prioritise and fund walking and on Wednesday, 4 November will launch a new manifesto at the Senedd where a representative from […]