The COVID19 lockdown restrictions have eased and the Thursday night clapping for our key workers seems like a distant memory to many, but for those working on the Living Wage for Key Workers campaign – that energy and appreciation has continued and has been injected into their work for Living Wages.
Posts Tagged ‘Education’
The winners of the first Sustainable Academy Awards were announced today in an Awards Ceremony in the Principality Stadium in Cardiff. Organised by Cynnal Cymru and RenewableUK Cymru, the Sustainable Academy Awards, which have Wales & West Utilities as their headline sponsor, celebrate sustainability excellence, innovation and leadership across Wales and recognise work being done […]
NUS has partnered with the Green Schools Project to start a longitudinal survey of pupil attitudes towards the environment. Hopefully it will be as impactful as the NUS HEA skill survey that they have been running for eight years, which has amassed 60k responses, which has helped create a positive narrative around students wanting to learn […]
This month Cynnal Cymru is pleased to welcome 41 students from North China University of Technology for a two week Low Carbon Summer School. Working with the Low Carbon Research Institute (LCRI) in Cardiff, Cynnal Cymru has developed a comprehensive programme of lectures, site visits and cultural visits across Cardiff and London. Highlights of the […]