(English) Our shared learning events are an opportunity to explore aspects of sustainability in greater depth, bringing together diverse viewpoints and ideas around a key theme or challenge. The events are designed to share learning, challenge thinking and inspire change.
(English) Firming the foundations of community-based environmental organisations
(English) In September 2019 Cardiff University and Cynnal Cymru will host the Sustainable Built Environment Conference – BE19. Bringing together climate and energy researchers, built environment professionals, policy experts and government officials to focus on the transition of energy and low carbon policies into practice.
(English) Cynnal Cymru-Sustain Wales provide a secretariat service for Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water’s Customer Challenge Group.
(English) Working in partnership with WCVA and the Electoral Reform Society, Cynnal Cymru provided project support to the Open Government Pioneers Project.
(English) Cynnal Cymru worked with the Wales Council for Voluntary Action WCVA and Volunteering Wales to provide practical information and support to businesses on how they can embed social action such as volunteering, campaigning or fundraising into their sustainability strategy.
(English) From January to July 2018 we worked closely with Cardiff Council on their Transport and Clean Air Green Paper.
(English) Melin Home’s Community Sustainability Report for 2016 which covers their sustainable development strategy and looks forward to what they hope to achieve in future.
(English) Stronger Together: Healthy Homes – was the first of its kind, bringing together three key utility companies to discuss how organisations can work together to identify and support the most vulnerable people in society.
(English) Working in partnership with Pollen8, Cardiff University, Coleg Y Cymoedd and Neath Port Talbot Mind to build roof and community gardens.
(English) Glamorgan County Cricket Club is committed to understanding its environmental impact, and position within the Community, and has been pleased to work in partnership with Cynnal Cymru to produce its first Sustainability Report.
(English) Cynnal Cymru worked with the Welsh Government and the former Commissioner for Future Generations, Peter Davies, to help develop and grow Wales’s biggest National Conversation on ‘The Wales We Want’.
(English) The Sustainable Development Charter encourages and enables organisations in Wales to become more sustainable – to make decisions that produce the best long-term outcomes for themselves and for the future of Wales.
Mae Gwreiddiau Cryfion yn brosiect i gynyddu ymwybyddiaeth cynghorwyr o ddatblygu cynaliadwy a sut gall cynghorau gyfrannu at ddatblygu cymunedau cynaliadwy, gwydn, a charbon isel.
Mae ‘Newid Diwylliant: Sut mae Artistiaid yn Ymateb i Gynaliadwyedd yng Nghymru’ yn adroddiad ymchwil a gomisiynwyd gan Gyngor Celfyddydau Cymru yn 2014. Lawnsiwyd yr adroddiad yn swyddogol ar 12 Tachwedd 2014 yng Nghanolfan Gelfyddydau Chapter, Caerdydd.
Menter partneriaeth yw Emergence-Eginiad a ddatblygwyd ar y cyd gan Gynnal Cymru-Sustain Wales a Chwmni Theatr Volcano. Y bwriad oedd datblygu mudiad ar gyfer newid o fewn y celfyddydau yng Nghymru fel y gellir gweld y celfyddydau’n arwain proses angenrheidiol o newid diwylliannol wrth i ni wynebu bygythiadau dirfodol aruthrol yr 21ain ganrif.
Mewn partneriaeth â’r Rhwydwaith Allgymorth a Gwybodaeth am yr Hinsawdd (COIN), datblygodd Cynnal Cymru adroddiad dros dro ar Naratifau ar gyfer Datblygu Cynaliadwy yng Nghymru.