Friends of the Earth Cymru have launched a Climate Action Plan for Wales which calls for a green and fair recovery for people and communities. The plan’s recommendations include: prioritising vulnerable communities investing in a green economy to create job opportunities transforming the transport system legislating to clean our air. Friends of the Earth Cymru also […]
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If there is any silver lining to the global Covid-19 pandemic, it has been the way it has legitimised the desire for a radical re-haul of Welsh society to better meet the needs of current and future generations. As a membership organisation that exists to accelerate progress towards sustainable development, the opportunities to ‘build back better’ – and avert the impending climate and ecological catastrophes – are things that the Cynnal Cymru team has been thinking about for a long while
Our Principal Sustainability Consultant Rhodri Thomas discusses what he learned delivering Carbon Literacy Training to to a group of post-graduate researchers in Cardiff University’s School of Engineering.
Cardiff Council is investigating how it can work with partners to create a ‘Safer Cardiff’ for both residents and workers travelling into the city centre once the current lockdown restrictions are lifted. Plans for Castle Street in the city centre and a pilot scheme for Wellfield Road, in Roath, have already been announced with a […]
Hundreds of new nature garden projects are in the pipeline across Wales with applications for many more invited Keep Wales Tidy is delighted to be reopening applications for its Local Places for Nature initiative. With many of us limited to our immediate locality during lockdown, there has never been a better time to consider how […]