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.
SMART Cities Cardiff explored the potential of Smart technology to deliver a modern, low carbon economy that delivers prosperity and well-being in a sustainable way.
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.
A 10 day summer school designed to inform and inspire architecture students from North China University of Art and Architecture on low carbon architecture in the UK.
Working in partnership with the Size of Wales, Cynnal Cymru helped to run Go Green Day – asking businesses throughout Wales to join in and help protect an area of tropical forest the size of Wales.
Working in partnership with Pollen8, Cardiff University, Coleg Y Cymoedd and Neath Port Talbot Mind to build roof and community gardens.
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.
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’.
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.
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.