Professor Paul Milbourne and Dr Li Yu visit China to launch the new “China-UK Research Centre for Eco-Cities and Sustainable Development".
Andrea Collins and Crispin Cooper publish the results from an 'ecological footprint' study of the Hay Literature Festival.
Geography at Cardiff has risen to 4th in the latest Guardian University Guide rankings.
The visit of Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude to the School invites article focussing on how efficient cities best serve their communities.
Bronze and Gold prizes have been awarded for staff efforts in the Cardiff University Green Impact Project.
Lucy Baker, a doctoral student in the School, has won the RT Wynne Medallion Prize for 'Best Student Paper - Transport' at the recent CILT Cymru National Transport & Logistics Awards.
Undergraduates visit Hong Kong as part of their final year field study visit.
Supported by Cardiff University Confucius Institute, the School of Planning and Geography will organise an international forum on low carbon and eco-city planning and development on March 20th and 21st 2014. The objectives of the forum are to share research and practices of low carbon and eco-cities planning and development from different countries, and to establish network for future cooperation.
Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude visited the School to meet with students and lecturers at the forefront of the development of tools and designs that will ensure the cities of today are fit for the future.
Two masters courses - MA Urban Design and MSc Spatial Planning and Development - receive Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) accreditation.