Posts Tagged ‘Low carbon’

Cardiff University and Cynnal Cymru to host the Sustainable Built Environment Conference 2019

The Sustainable Built Environment Conference 2019 will be held at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on the 24 and 25 September. The conference will bring 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. The conference will be […]

Top Tips to a Sustainable Business in 2019

January is often a time of resolutions and lifestyle changes, we often make commitments to ourselves on a personal level. It is also possible to apply the same level of reflection and ambition within the organisation you work for. Making these changes can improve your business’ corporate social responsibility CSR, all the while enriching the […]

Continual Development as Carbon Literacy Partner in Wales

Cynnal Cymru-Sustain Wales are continuing to make progress and develop Carbon Literacy courses for different audiences and peer groups as the Official Partner of the Carbon Literacy Trust in Wales, supported by our friends in Manchester. September saw us running an introductory session attended by colleagues from Acuity Legal, Dŵr Cymru, Coleg Y Cymoedd and […]

Low Carbon Architecture and Design Summer School Success

This summer Cynnal Cymru held its third Low Carbon Architecture and Design Summer School welcoming students of Architecture, Interior Design and Visual Communication from the North China University of China for a low carbon learning experience and cultural exchange. The annual summer school combines lectures and academic visits with opportunities to explore the cities of Cardiff […]

Green Fleet Cymru – Event Report

Rhodri Thomas, Sustainability Consultant for Cynnal Cymru, shares his views on what he learnt at the Green Fleet Cymru event at Cardiff City Stadium on the 21st June. Read the views of industry experts, UK and Welsh government officials and Rhodri’s startling conclusion! On the 21st June I attended a very interesting event at the […]