Cynnal Cymru

Sustain Wales with Cynnal Cymru

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.
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Cynnal Cymru on selection panel to find Wales' special place

29 July 2014
A vote to find Wales’ most special place has been launched by the National Trust and Cynnal Cymru’s Senior Manager, Helen Nelson, is on the shortlist judging panel who helped whittle down the publi
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Sustainable Development - a Welsh way of doing business?

16 February 2015
Over 250 organisations including flagship employers such as Tata, Lloyds Bank, Marks and Spencer, Arriva Trains Wales, and DwrCymru as well as a number of small to medium enterprises and local auth
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Cynnal Cymru, Fareshare Cymru and the Neighbourhood Food Collection project.

7 January 2015
Cynnal Cymru's very own Natalie Rees, Project Manager for the Sustainable Development Charter, recently spent a day in Canton Tesco collecting food for FareShare Cymru, an SD Charter signatory.
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Cynnal Cymru working in collaboration with Father Christmas

5 January 2015
For Christmas 2014 Cynnal Cymru has become one of Santa’s Little Helpers.
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IWA Energy Summit 2014: Wales' energy supply, security and resilience by 2050

15 October 2014
This event will bring together the key figures in a conversation on what is the best option for Wales' energy future.
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Penarth Pier unveiled as the nations’ ultimate Special Place

7 August 2014
Penarth Pier has today been crowned as Wales’ official Special Place, in a national competition that has seen the Welsh public debate and back the places that mean the most to them.
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Flying into the National Botanic Gardens of Wales

17 June 2014
Cynnal Cymru was proud to be part of an educational event that took place at the National Botanic Garden of Wales in Llanarthne, Carmarthen in June.
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Successful self-leadership course held

23 June 2014
On 19 June 2014 Cynnal Cymru ran its first Self-lea
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It’s time for sustainable development to shine this Climate Week

5 March 2014
It’s Climate Week and, over these seven days, we have the chance to highlight the importance of how simple changes can make a big difference to sustainability and specifically to our climate.
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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.