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.
Working in partnership with Pollen8, Cardiff University, Coleg Y Cymoedd and Neath Port Talbot Mind to build roof and community gardens.
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’.
Cynnal Cymru provided the secretariat for the Climate Change Commission for Wales helping to bring together key sectors and organisations to build agreement on the action needed to tackle the challenges of climate change.
Strong Roots is a project to increase the capacity of community and town councils to both lead and support sustainable development and to partner the Welsh Government in its commitment to the development of sustainable, resilient, low-carbon communities.
Culture Shift – How Artists are responding to Sustainability in Wales, is a research report commissioned by the Arts Council of Wales (ACW) : to identify key projects, initiatives, networks and organisations that are part of what is becoming an emerging ‘sector’ within the arts.
The Supporting Sustainable Living (SSL) Grant Scheme aimed to bring about long-term changes in behaviour and lifestyle to help reduce Wales’ greenhouse gas emissions and help organisations and communities adapt to the impacts of climate change.
Emergence-Eginiad is a partnership initiative co-developed by Cynnal Cymru-Sustain Wales and Volcano Theatre Company to develop a movement for change so that the arts could be seen to lead a necessary process of cultural change.
In partnership with the Climate Outreach and Information Network COIN, Cynnal Cymru developed an interim report on Narratives for Sustainable Development in Wales.