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Sustain Wales with Cynnal Cymru

10:00am - 03:30pm
22 January 2015

We have an excellent line up of speakers at our Sustain Wales event on 22 January at the prestigious Cardiff City Hall. The event marks the launch of the Sustain Wales Fund and a series of Awards both of which are highlighted by our new branding and website which represents the four key areas which underpin Cynnal Cymru and our view of sustainable development:

  • Society
  • Economy
  • Culture
  • All within the framework of the Environment

We are pleased to confirm speakers from Global industries that have reformed their sustainable development journey as well as local companies that have best practice to share in the fields of culture and society:

Carl Sargeant AM, Minister for Natural Resources
Steve Kenzie, Director UN Global Compact UK 
Joe Franses, Director Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability, Coca Cola Enterprises
Ian Isaac, CEO, NSA Afan 
Nick Capaldi, Chief Executive, Arts Council of Wales
Mark Wilson, Interface Sustainability Champion

The event will be hosted by TV and radio comedian and bestselling author, Tony Hawks.

22nd January 2015
Cardiff City Hall
10am – 3pm

Book here on Eventbrite 

The Sustain Wales Fund is a unique opportunity for any person or organisation to be part of the solution. The Fund is fully covered by Cynnal Cymru’s charitable status and will be run by an independent advisory committee.

We will be initially focussing on FOUR areas for the fund and our award categories:

Sustainable Development for Business
Sustainable Development for Further Education
Sustainable Development for Students

... and the fourth will be suggested by the Cynnal Cymru members.

We look forward to sharing the day with all those interested in supporting and finding out more about The Sustain Wales Fund and The Awards.

For more information please contact clare @ 
02920 192021


City Hall, Cardiff

Contact details

02920 192021

Pathfinder Programme

A Welsh Government funded programme to support communities to take action on climate change.

Community Energy Wales

Bringing together communities acting on renewable energy and energy efficiency.

Support For Sustainable Living

A scheme designed 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.