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Events in February 2013

  • Social Innovation and Human Development

    Dr Abid Mehmood, Sustainable Places Research Fellow
    Friday 5th February 2016 - 12:00pm

    Dr Abid Mehmood, Sustainable Places Research Fellow, will deliver this seminar as part of the Sustainable Places Research Seminar Series.

  • School of Geography and Planning Open Day: BSc Geography (Human)

    Wednesday 3rd February 2016 - 10:00am

    We look forward to greeting you at the School of Geography and Planning BSc Geography (Human) Open Day.

  • 1st Welsh Retail Summit

    Speaker list enclosed
    Wednesday 27th January 2016 - 8:30am

    The inaugural Welsh Retail Summit will consider the retail scale, make-up and variability of Welsh towns and cities, while also considering the significance of retail vacancy rates.

  • Smart Neighbourhood Planning

    Dr Richard Kingston, University of Manchester
    Monday 25th January 2016 - 4:00pm

    Richard’s research explores the use of GIS as a public participation and planning support tool. He has developed a university sponsored spin-off company from the research, called the TellUs Toolkit.

  • 50th Anniversary of the School of Geography and Planning

    The events will run from...
    Sunday 24th January 2016 - 10:00am

    Celebrating 50 years of excellence - Since 1966 the School of Geography and Planning has built its reputation across the boundaries of human geography and urban planning. In 2016 we’ll proudly commemorate this milestone with a number of events.

  • Creativity, Culture and Social Change in the Peripheral Communities of Rio de Janeiro

    Dr Julian Brigstocke, School of Planning and Geography
    Thursday 10th December 2015 - 1:00pm

    In this talk Julian will introduce plans for a prototype collaborative art/research project based in the Mare complex of favelas in Rio, and will seek feedback, suggestions and critiques.

  • Challenges of Housing in Malaysia: Affordability and Solutions

    Dr. Syafiee Shuid, Associate Professor at the International Islamic University of Malaysia
    Wednesday 9th December 2015 - 4:00pm

    Leading expert on housing in Malaysia, Dr. Syafiee Shuid will present on 'Challenges of Housing in Malaysia: Affordability and Solutions', based on his recent project for UNDP (United Nations Development Programme).

  • Food, Poverty and Power - From Local to Global

    Geoff Tansey, Fabian Commission of Food and Poverty
    Tuesday 8th December 2015 - 5:30pm

    Geoff Tansey, chair of the Fabian Commission on Food and Poverty and curator of the Food Systems Academy, will reflect on the process and findings from the Commission for the UK.

  • School of Planning and Geography Open Day: All Undergraduate Courses

    Saturday 5th December 2015 - 10:00am

    We look forward to greeting you at the School of Planning and Geography Open Day. You are required to register. Registration details enclosed.

  • Creative Economy and Community Regeneration

    Programme enclosed
    Wednesday 2nd December 2015 - 4:15pm

    This event will focus on the ways in which communities can meet economic, social and environmental challenges through creative industry activities at local level. In this context, it will look at the experience of different organisations in South Wales

  • The Power of Experiential and Cross Cultural Learning for a more Responsive Practice in Urban Design

    Dr Laura Novo de Azevedo, Oxford Brookes University
    Tuesday 1st December 2015 - 5:30pm

    A discussion about how increasing opportunities for experiential learning in the UK and abroad may impact the development of students into responsive practitioners.

  • Environmental Outcomes Associated with the Adoption of Meatless Monday in Selected Countries

    Raychel Santo (Johns Hopkins Center for a Liveable Future and Fulbright student of MSc Food)
    Friday 27th November 2015 - 4:00pm

    Environment Research Group Seminar: A growing number of studies have highlighted the importance of reduced meat and dairy consumption, particularly in high-income countries, for mitigating climate change.

  • Hay Festival Winter Weekend - Andrea Collins and Dimitris Potoglou Talk to Andy Fryers

    Dr Andrea Collins and Dimitris Potoglou, School of Planning and Geography
    Friday 27th November 2015 - 3:30pm

    CHANGING THE WAY VISITORS TRAVEL TO HAY FESTIVAL - Cardiff University has been undertaking research into the methods by which visitors travel to Hay Festival.

  • University-wide Postgraduate Open Day

    Wednesday 25th November 2015 - 9:00am

    Our Postgraduate Open Day will provide you with an ideal opportunity to find out more about postgraduate study at Cardiff as well as experience the majestic surroundings, friendly atmosphere and lively culture of the city.

  • Wales: Sheltering from the Energy Whirlwind

    David Clubb, Director, RenewableUK Cymru and Dr Richard Cowell, School of Planning and Geography
    Tuesday 24th November 2015 - 5:30pm

    Wales has devolved responsibility for environmental permitting and planning – but not on major energy installations or subsidy. David describes the extent to which devolution can shelter the people, communities and businesses.

  • Eat Art - What’s the Point? Learning From Transdisciplinary Artistic Experiments

    Professor Mara Miele and Laura Colebrooke, School of Planning and Geography
    Monday 23rd November 2015 - 4:00pm

    Environment Research Group Seminar: On 13th and 14th October, an interdisciplinary experiment was organised by two artists in conjunction with the Joint Research Committee of the EU.

  • Welsh Housing Quarterly 100: 25th Anniversary Celebratory Lecture. Taking the Long View 1990-2040; Rebalancing the State and the Market?

    Dr Peter Williams, University of Cambridge
    Tuesday 17th November 2015 - 5:30pm

    The event will be broadcast on screen in the Council Chamber if you would like to join us for the Welsh Housing Quarterly 25th Anniversary Celebratory Lecture featuring Dr Peter Williams, University of Cambridge

  • Housing the Urban Poor in Developing Cities in 10 Propositions

    Yap Kioe Sheng
    Wednesday 11th November 2015 - 1:00pm

    In 10 propositions, this presentation seeks to convince housing agencies to learn from the informal housing sector and supply housing options that meet the needs of the urban poor.

  • Celebrate World Town Planning Day

    list of speakers enclosed
    Wednesday 4th November 2015 - 4:30pm

    RTPI Cymru and the School of Planning and Geography are teaming up to celebrate World Town Planning Day by participating in the global, online conference ‘Housing Regeneration: Strengthening Communities’.

  • ESRC Seminar Series: Social Experiences of Breastfeeding: Building Bridges Between Research and Policy

    List of speakers enclosed
    Wednesday 4th November 2015 - 9:30am

    We are delighted to announce the third of a series of six ESRC-funded seminars focused on the social experiences of breastfeeding in the contemporary UK.

  • University-wide Open Day

    Saturday 24th October 2015 - 9:30am

    If you’re considering Cardiff, a visit is an absolute must. Whether it’s the majestic surroundings, the warm and friendly atmosphere or the infectious buzz of the city, there is no better way to experience it.

  • Place-based Leadership and the Inclusive City: An International Analysis

    Prof. Robin Hambleton, University of the West of England, Bristol
    Tuesday 20th October 2015 - 5:30pm

    Are communities helpless victims in a global flow of events? Or can place-based leadership lead to the creation of more inclusive cities, notwithstanding the continuing pressures of placeless power?

  • Experiencing Change in a Globalising Agricultural Economy: An Australian Ethnographic Case Study 1945-2015

    Claire Baker, University of New England (Australia)
    Tuesday 20th October 2015 - 4:00pm

    This project seeks to uncover and understand the processes of change in an explicitly situated small agricultural community in rural Australia.

  • Young Planners Cymru Treasure Hunt

    Photo based challenge
    Thursday 15th October 2015 - 6:30pm

    Join YPC at this team event (teams of between 4–5 people) and follow the clues around Cardiff city centre to win the 'best team’ prize!

  • Cold Blood (ed): British Animal Studies Network Meeting

    A range of invited speakers
    Friday 9th October 2015 - 12:00pm

    THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT!! The event focuses on the topic of ‘cold blood(ed),’ suggestive both of particular lifeforms and lifeworlds, as well as a metaphor for the absence of ‘passion’ or emotion in human-animal relations.

  • Interdisciplinary Research on Energy Transitions - PG Conference

    Speaker list enclosed
    Monday 5th October 2015 - 9:00am

    THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL. The conference is geared primarily towards current doctoral students from within the Cardiff University energy research community and across the UK more broadly.

  • "An Energiewende for Wales": A Transformational and Smarter Energy Future for Wales

    Various speakers details enclosed
    Friday 2nd October 2015 - 1:30pm

    “An Energiewende for Wales” with keynote speaker - Alan Simpson, author of a scoping document, presented to the National Assembly for Wales Environment and Sustainability Committee in June of this year.

  • Severn Estuary Forum 2015

    Speaker list enclosed
    Tuesday 29th September 2015 - 9:30am

    This engaging event is intended for all those who are interested in learning about the latest research and policy developments involving the Severn Estuary and its future. It guarantees a lively and informative day of presentations and talks.

  • Community Involvement for Public Space Design: Ideas for City Road and Plasnewydd

    Andrea Frank (CPLAN), Federico Wulff (WSA) and MA Urban Design students
    Wednesday 23rd September 2015 - 7:15pm

    Have you ever been interested in how to make your neighbourhood more attractive, safer and more sustainable? Are you interested in sharing your concerns and mobilising community?

  • Cardiff Capital City Region Urban Transport Network Vision

    Professor Kevin Morgan, School of Planning and Geography
    Wednesday 16th September 2015 - 10:00am

    An invitation from Cllr Bob Wellington, Leader of Torfaen County Borough Council to listen to guest speaker, Professor Kevin Morgan explaining the Cardiff Capital City Region Urban Transport Network vision.

  • Welsh Wise Quiz

    Tuesday 30th June 2015 - 4:30pm

    Geographical Association Special Interest Group for Wales presents Welsh Wise Quiz. Come and test your geographical knowledge! A bilingual quiz about Wales for year 9 pupils. All Schools in Wales are welcome!

  • TRANSPORT SEMINAR SERIES: Public Transport Planning and Policies in New Zealand Cities

    Dr Imran Muhammad, Massey University, New Zealand.
    Wednesday 17th June 2015 - 4:00pm

    Dr Imran Muhammad is a senior lecturer in Resource & Environmental Planning programme a Massey University, New Zealand.

  • Cardiff Case Studies Conference for Geography Teachers 2015

    Tuesday 16th June 2015 - 10:00am

    The previous event was described by one Head of Geography as: 'Thoughtful, intelligent and one of the best training courses I have ever attended as a teacher.'

  • Sustainable and Resilient Food Production: New Approaches to Protecting Crops against Pests, Pathogens and Unpredictable Rainfall

    Professor Sue Hartley, York Environmental Sustainability Institute, University of York
    Tuesday 9th June 2015 - 6:00pm

    Sustainable Places are hosting the last in the Sêr Cymru National Research Network for Low Carbon, Energy and the Environment (NRN-LCEE) public lecture series on June 9th.

  • Multi-species Ethnography and a More-than-human Therapeutic Landscape

    Richard Gorman, PhD Research Student
    Monday 8th June 2015 - 1:00pm

    There is a need to develop a critical understanding of the role of non-humans as co-constituents of therapeutic landscapes, exploring the complex interactions and embodied engagements between the human and non-human.

  • ESRC Seminar Series: Social Experiences of Breastfeeding: Building Bridges Between Research and Policy: Breastfeeding, Affect and Materiality

    Speaker list enclosed
    Monday 1st June 2015 - 9:30am

    Professor Alison Bartlett, University of Western Australia, Dr Kate Boyer, University of Cardiff, Dr Lucilla Newell, University of Sussex and Nicki Symes, Breastfeeding Co-ordinator, Bristol City Council.

  • Young Planners Cymru Presents the...After Conference Celebration

    Wednesday 20th May 2015 - 6:00pm

    Come and celebrate in style with YPC following the Wales Planning Conference! To attend please register by 19 May (so we know numbers for the buffet) info@youngplannerscymru.org.uk.

  • A Transport Strategy for a Growing City

    Richard de Cani, Managing Director of Planning, Transport for London
    Tuesday 19th May 2015 - 5:30pm

    The increase in London's population is equivalent to absorbing a city the size of Cardiff every 3-4 years. This is all being fitted into an existing urban area that is tightly constrained by a green belt.

  • APC Briefing

    Tuesday 19th May 2015 - 5:00pm

    Are you undertaking your Assessment of Professional Competence (APC), even about to submit, or thinking about embarking on it? Whatever stage you are at, this event will provide you with an essential briefing on what's involved and what to include.

  • Young Planners Cymru Spring Pub Quiz

    Thursday 14th May 2015 - 7:00pm

    Join YPC and & Planning Aid Wales for our pub quiz night! No planning related questions, just general knowledge and prizes to be won… Cost of entry: £2 per person. All proceeds will be donated to Planning Aid Wales

  • ‘Assembling the Aquacultural Field’ Attunements, Materialities and the Ontological Metaphysics of Seeking the Non-human

    John Clayton, PhD Research Student
    Wednesday 13th May 2015 - 1:00pm

    This paper takes a look at initial findings from a more-than-human ethnography currently in progress.

  • The Geosciences and the New Geopolitics

    Professor Andrew Barry, University College London
    Tuesday 12th May 2015 - 5:30pm

    In the 21st century, the geosciences plays a prominent role in political life, contributing evidence to debates and policies concerning some of the most urgent and challenging problems of our time including climate change.

  • Urban Design: From Theory to Practice

    Dr Lucy Montague, University of Huddersfield
    Monday 11th May 2015 - 5:30pm

    Some have criticised the lack of any over-arching theoretical foundation for the discipline of urban design. So how then does its arguably chaotic body of theoretical knowledge inform the normal activities and decision-making of an urban designer?

  • Vulnerability Mapping for Climate Change

    Dr Aleksandra Kazmierczak, School of Planning and Geography
    Wednesday 6th May 2015 - 12:00pm

    Join us for this lunch time Spatial Analysis Research Group Seminar detailing vulnerability mapping for climate change.

  • Community Engagement in Urban Planning and Development

    Biljana Savic, Prince's Regeneration Trust
    Tuesday 5th May 2015 - 5:30pm

    Urban developments affect not only those that end up occupying the resulting buildings and spaces, but also the wider community – people that live and work nearby, simply pass through or visit the area.

  • Alumni Employability Series 2015

    Sophie Donaldson, London Borough of Newham
    Thursday 30th April 2015 - 5:00pm

    We welcome alumni Sophie Donaldson back to the School. Sophie was part of the 2004 cohort and now works at London Borough of Newham.

  • The Geography of Innovation: A UK Regional Analysis

    Aineias Gkikas
    Thursday 30th April 2015 - 12:00pm

    Join us for this lunch time Spatial Analysis Research Group Seminar detailing the Geography of Innovation: A UK Regional Analysis

  • Film - The Human Scale: Bringing Cities to Life

    Mike Biddulph, School of Planning and Geography
    Wednesday 29th April 2015 - 5:30pm

    Bring your own popcorn and join the Spatial Planning and City Environments Research Group to watch this documentary film by Andrea Dalsgaard in which Jan Gehl's critique and vision of public space design are explored.

  • Who Will Save our Town Centres?

    Julian Dobson, Urban pollinator, sense maker, writer and editor
    Tuesday 28th April 2015 - 5:30pm

    THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL! Julian Dobson, author of the newly published How to Save Our Town Centres, will ask what kind of investments will create places where people want to live and socialise - and who are the real investors in our towns and cities.

  • Pollution Sensing and Fracking: Practices of Citizen-Based Air-Quality Monitoring

    Dr Jennifer Gabrys, University of London
    Tuesday 28th April 2015 - 4:00pm

    Dr Jennifer Gabrys, Goldsmiths, University of London, joins the Environment Research Group Seminar series in the Glamorgan Building Council Chamber.

  • Alumni Employability Series 2015

    Rob Appleby, Exertis
    Thursday 23rd April 2015 - 5:00pm

    We welcome Rob Appleby back to the School to speak for the Alumni Employability Series 2015. Rob is now employed by Exertis, one of Europe's largest and fastest growing technology distribution and specialist service providers.

  • Can the Physical Environment you Live in Influence your Health Expectancies?

    Dr Yi Gong, Sustainable Places Research Institute
    Thursday 23rd April 2015 - 12:00pm

    Join us for this lunch time Spatial Analysis Research Group Seminar asking can the physical environment you live in influence your health expectancies?

  • Page and Place: Ongoing Compositions of Plot

    Dr Jon Anderson, School of Planning and Geography
    Tuesday 21st April 2015 - 5:30pm

    This talk explores the relations between human geography and literature. It introduces how pages and places can be understood relationally, focusing on the active role that literature plays in constructing our understandings of place.

  • Spaces of Attunement: Life, Matter, and the Dance of Encounters

    Speaker list enclosed
    Monday 30th March 2015 - 9:00am

    Attunements strive to attain greater familiarity or intimacy with more-than-human worlds. In doing so, they experiment with creating more sustainable and egalitarian social forms.

  • Alumni Employability Series 2015

    Simone Cappellari, CPLAN Postgraduate/Private Sector
    Thursday 26th March 2015 - 5:00pm

    We welcome Simone Cappellari, current Spatial Planning and Development masters student to the Alumni Employment Series 2015.

  • Ground Control: Fear and Happiness in the 21st Century City

    Anna Minton, Writer and Journalist
    Wednesday 25th March 2015 - 5:30pm

    Anna Minton is a writer and journalist and Visiting Professor at the University of East London. She will be talking about her book, ‘Ground Control: Fear and happiness in the 21st century city’ (Penguin 2012).

  • Transport Seminar Series: Developing a Transport Strategy for Gibraltar

    Andrew Jones, Mott MacDonald
    Wednesday 25th March 2015 - 4:00pm

    Andrew Jones will talk about a transport planning project in Gibraltar that has just finished so attendants will gain insight into a real transport planning exercise.

  • Using Spatial Network Analysis to Model Bicycle Usage and Flows in Cardiff

    Dr Crispin Cooper, Sustainable Places Research Institute
    Wednesday 25th March 2015 - 12:00pm

    Join us for this lunch time Spatial Analysis Research Group Seminar detailing the use of spatial network analysis to model bicycle usage and flows in Cardiff.

  • Alumni Employability Series 2015

    Samantha Culver, Tesco
    Thursday 19th March 2015 - 5:00pm

    We welcome Samantha Culver back to the School as part of the Alumni Employability Series 2015. Sam graduated from the School in 2003 and joined Tesco on their Property Services Graduate Scheme. Sam is now Supply Chain Efficiency Director.

  • Preferences for Privacy, Surveillance and Security: A Pan-European Study on the Metro/Train Travel

    Dr Dimitris Potoglou, School of Planning and Geography
    Thursday 19th March 2015 - 12:00pm

    Join us for this lunch time Spatial Analysis Research Group Seminar detailing preferences for privacy, surveillance and security.

  • Researcher Positionality in Practice: Uncanny Reflections and the Case of Compulsive Behaviour of People with Tourette Syndrome

    Diana Beljaars, PhD Research Student, School of Planning and Geography
    Wednesday 18th March 2015 - 1:00pm

    Research student Diana Beljaars will provide a lunch hour seminar as part of the Environment Research Group Seminar Series.

  • Persuasive Technologies and the Gamification of Cycling

    Dr Paul Barratt, Staffordshire University
    Tuesday 17th March 2015 - 4:00pm

    Be it through smart phones or dedicated devices, our bodies, lives and activities are being tracked, measured and quantified, like never before.

  • Alumni Employability Series 2015

    Luke Rice, Severn Wye Energy Agency
    Thursday 12th March 2015 - 5:00pm

    We welcome Luke Rice back to the School of Planning and Geography to take part in the Alumni Employability Series 2015. Luke now works for Severn Wye Energy Agency.

  • Public Preferences for Security and Privacy: Evidence from a Pan-European Study

    Dr Dimitris Potoglou, School of Planning and Geography
    Wednesday 11th March 2015 - 5:30pm

    This seminar provides an overview of evidence collected across Europe’s 27 Member States (excluding Croatia) on citizens’ preferences between security and privacy in real-life contexts

  • SUSTAINABILITY FOCUS 2015: The Future of our Food - What needs to be on the Menu?

    Speaker list enclosed
    Thursday 5th March 2015 - 5:30pm

    THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL! Sustainability Focus 2015 takes place at Cardiff University from 23rd February - 6th March 2015. The School will collaborate with the Sustainable Places Research Institute to provide a Sustainable Food Debate on 5th March

  • Smart Specialisation and Regional Innovation: Challenges and Opportunities Facing Less Developed Innovation Systems

    Speaker list enclosed
    Wednesday 4th March 2015 - 9:00am

    The concept of Smart Specialisation for research and innovation has gathered significant momentum through its adoption by the European Commission as a condition for the approval of EU Structural Fund programmes.

  • Alumni Employability Series 2015

    Michael Hughes, Valleys to Coast
    Thursday 19th February 2015 - 5:00pm

    We welcome alumni Michael Hughes back to the School. Michael is now employed by Valleys to Coast (V2C) a Large Scale Voluntary Transfer (LSVT) Housing Association (HA) based in Bridgend.

  • Civil Society Enterprise and Local Development

    Patsy Healey, Newcastle University
    Wednesday 18th February 2015 - 5:30pm

    Civil society initiatives in Western Europe are playing an expanding role in the provision of services and in local development.

  • Ignis Mutat Res: Reflections on Working with Fire

    Marc Higgin, University of Aberdeen
    Tuesday 17th February 2015 - 4:00pm

    Please join us for this Environment Research Group Seminar featuring Marc Higgin, University of Aberdeen, taking place in the Glamorgan Building Council Chamber.

  • Deterritorialising the Face of the City: How Treponema Pallidum Planned Melbourne

    Jean Hillier, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
    Monday 16th February 2015 - 4:30pm

    The construction-event of the Little Lonsdale Street Women's VD Clinic in 1919 in Melbourne, Australia represents a folding together of the planes of reference - and their associated assemblages - of health/medicine, town planning and moral purity.

  • EVENT POSTPONED: Food Waste and Responsible Consumption? The Role of Retailers, Policy Makers and Other Stakeholders

    Dr David Evans, The University of Manchester
    Wednesday 11th February 2015 - 5:30pm

    EVENT POSTPONED: In recent years, concerns about the origins and consequences of food waste have risen to prominence in the realms of formal and cultural politics.

  • Public Transport Modelling

    PTV VISUM training team
    Wednesday 11th February 2015 - 4:00pm

    The Welsh Government and Cardiff University (School of Planning and Geography) are pleased to announce a series of transport seminars aimed at young professionals and post graduate students.

  • The English Housing Crisis and the Implications for Planning and Urban Design

    Professor John Punter and Dr Bob Smith, School of Planning and Geography
    Wednesday 4th February 2015 - 5:30pm

    THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL. A live broadcast of the event will be shown on our YouTube page. Full information can be found by selecting the event title.

  • Geodemographics and the Internal Structure of Cities

    Dr Alex Singleton, University of Liverpool
    Tuesday 16th December 2014 - 5:30pm

    Developing models of city structure have a long history in urban geography and planning. This seminar will explore a series of advances in such methods and their application to issues of social concern.

  • Detroit - Requiem or Resurrection?

    Tamsin Stirling, Independent Consultant
    Monday 8th December 2014 - 5:30pm

    This presentation featuring Tamsin Stirling, is a follow up to the film “Requiem for Detroit”, which was shown in the Glamorgan Building on the 10th April 2014 to a full capacity audience.

  • The Public Value of the Social Sciences and the Sociology of Peace Processes

    Professor John D. Brewer, Queen's University Belfast
    Tuesday 2nd December 2014 - 5:30pm

    This lecture offers a view of the public value of the social sciences and the new public social science that implements it, which is illustrated by reference to work in the area of conflict transformation, social justice and peace processes.

  • University Postgraduate Open Day

    Wednesday 26th November 2014 - 10:30am

    We look forward to welcoming you you to the University Postgraduate Open Day taking place on 26th November. The School of Planning and Geography are ready to give you a first-hand experience of the University and the city.

  • Environment Research Group Seminar: Negotiating Resilient Production in the UK and Finland

    Dr Agatha Herman, University of Reading
    Tuesday 25th November 2014 - 4:00pm

    Agriculture has always had its challenges but how do contemporary farmers experience the range of social, economic, environmental and political demands on their time and resources?

  • The Future of Our Food - Sustainable Places for Food Security: Critical Reflections and International Comparisons

    Speaker list enclosed
    Wednesday 19th November 2014 - 9:30am

    THIS EVENT IS NOW AT FULL CAPACITY! This seminar will bring together academics and civil society organisations to explore how different places shape food systems, and how they have sought to meet current challenges.

  • Book Launch: Why We Can't Afford the Rich

    Professor Andrew Sayer, Lancaster University
    Tuesday 18th November 2014 - 5:30pm

    THIS EVENT IS NOW AT FULL CAPACITY! This book explains how, over the last 35 years, the rich and super-rich have made a comeback by expanding ways of extracting wealth from economies and manipulating political agendas to suit their interests.

  • Preparing Town Centres and High Streets for the 21st Century

    Bill Grimsey, Retailer
    Tuesday 11th November 2014 - 5:30pm

    EVENT NOW FULL! During 2014 Bill has been leading an advisory group to the Labour Party on the future of Town Centres and was recently awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Business Administration for his services to retail by UWE Bristol.

  • The Role of Modelling in Supporting Transport Policy

    Professor Andrew Daly, RAND Europe
    Tuesday 4th November 2014 - 5:30pm

    We welcome Professor Andrew Daly, RAND Europe to the Innovation and Engagement Public Lecture Series, taking place in the Glamorgan Building Committee Rooms

  • Young Planners Cymru Autumn Pub Quiz

    Thursday 30th October 2014 - 7:00pm

    Join YPC and & Planning Aid Wales for our pub quiz night! No planning related questions, just general knowledge and prizes to be won. Cost of entry £2 per person and all proceeds will be donated to Planning Aid Wales

  • University Open Day

    Saturday 25th October 2014 - 9:30am

    We look forward to welcoming you you to the University Open Day taking place on 25th October. The School of Planning and Geography are ready to give you a first-hand experience of the University and the city.

  • SPACE Research Group Open Seminar: Peri-urban Development in Southeast Asia

    Professor Yap Kioe Sheng
    Wednesday 22nd October 2014 - 1:00pm

    Across Southeast Asia, the built-up area of cities is expanding beyond municipal boundaries and even across national borders, forming mega-urban regions.

  • Cardiff - 'The City of Dreadful Knights'? Patronage, Power and Place

    R H Croydon, Research Student, School of Planning and Geography, Cardiff University
    Tuesday 21st October 2014 - 8:00pm

    A short presentation will be given at the Philosophy Café, The Gate, Keppoch Street, Roath Cardiff at 8pm on Tuesday 21 October 2014 followed by discussion of the themes until 10pm.

  • Jon Murdoch Memorial Lecture: Animal Matters

    Professor Henry Buller, University of Exeter
    Tuesday 21st October 2014 - 5:30pm

    Professor Henry Buller joins us for our annual Jon Murdoch Memorial Lecture as part of the Innovation and Engagement Public Lecture Series.

  • Adaptively Resilient High Streets: What We Learnt from the Economic Crisis

    Professor Neil Wrigley FBA, University of Southampton
    Tuesday 14th October 2014 - 5:30pm

    Neil Wrigley is the sole academic member of the Government Policy Advisory Group the Future High Streets Forum. He will discuss in this lecture Britain's high street crisis triggered by the shockwave of global financial meltdown in 2007-08.

  • The European View on Nature and the Relation Between Humans and Large Herbivores

    Frans Vera, ecologist and ornithologist
    Tuesday 14th October 2014 - 4:00pm

    Frans Vera is the pioneer of 'rewilding' - an approach to conservation that is attracting widespread interest and debate across Europe.

  • Wales & Recession Seminar: Housing and Homelessness

    Pete Mackie, School of Planning and Geography and Shelter Cymru
    Thursday 9th October 2014 - 5:30pm

    This seminar series aims to examine the impact of the recession on social and economic life in Wales; and to take stock of the policy responses in Wales in the context of a Westminster government committed to austerity measures.

  • Linking Bottom-up with Top-down Climate Adaptation Planning in Rural Alaska Through Community-led Visions for Self-reliance

    Professor Stuart Chapin, University of Alaska Fairbanks
    Thursday 25th September 2014 - 5:30pm

    Professor Chapin will discuss the role of a boundary organization (Community Partnership for Self-Reliance and Sustainability) that seeks to empower indigenous communities in rural Alaska to adapt to climatic and socio-economic changes.

  • WISERD 2014 Annual Conference

    Keynote speaker list and themes enclosed
    Thursday 3rd July 2014 - 9:00am

    Join Wales' largest social science 2 day conference! One of the most important events in the social science calendar!

  • Aberystwyth’s Literary Cartographers: exploring the relationship between literature & place WISERD Pre-Conference Event*

    Dr Jon Anderson, School of Planning and Geography
    Wednesday 2nd July 2014 - 5:30pm

    Exploring the relationship between literature and geography, focusing on some of Ceredigion’s best contemporary writers. A must-see for anyone with an interest in Welsh literature and local geography!

  • Sustainability Science Summer School 2014

    Speaker list and programme enclosed
    Monday 30th June 2014 - 9:00am

    The Summer School is a joint venture with the Sustainable Places Research Institute and the University Graduate College and is now in its second year. It provides a unique and high quality research training forum.

  • Building Socially Sustainable Communities: A ‘Deep Place’ Approach

    Professor Dave Adamson and Dr Mark Lang, CREW Regeneration Wales
    Tuesday 17th June 2014 - 5:30pm

    This joint Sustainable Places Research Institute and CREW Regeneration Wales seminar will provide an overview of the research project that developed a 'Deep Place' methodology.

  • Book Launch: Mammon's Kingdom

    David Marquand, Political Writer and Historian
    Tuesday 10th June 2014 - 5:30pm

    The follies and failures of bankers, regulators and governments have loomed large in public debate over the past five years. In this passionate and hard-hitting book, David Marquand digs deeper.

  • Cardiff Case Studies Conference for Geography Teachers 2014

    Tuesday 10th June 2014 - 10:00am

    Previous event was described by one Head of Geography as: 'Thoughtful, intelligent and one of the best training courses I have ever attended as a teacher.'

  • The Changing Nature of Low Income Settlements in Asia: The Case of Karachi

    Arif Hasan, architect, planner, activist, social researcher, and writer
    Tuesday 3rd June 2014 - 5:30pm

    Most NGOs and related practitioners work on the upgrading of informal settlements or on the prevention of evictions. Meanwhile, new housing, very different from the old informal settlements is being created.

  • Green Identity, Place Attachment and Community Sustainability Practice

    Dr Alex Franklin and Dr Ria Dunkley, Sustainable Places Research Institute, Cardiff University
    Tuesday 3rd June 2014 - 4:00pm

    In recent years, there has been a notable growth in consideration of identity as an important factor contributing to individual engagement with sustainable lifestyles, practices and institutions.

  • In Pursuit of a Sustainable Event: The Case of the 2012 Hay Festival

    Dr Andrea Collins, School of Planning and Geography talks to Andy Fryers, Sustainability Director
    Thursday 29th May 2014 - 7:00pm

    The Hay Festival is one of the largest annual events in Wales, attracting in excess of 100,000 visitors. The Festival launched its Greenprint programme in 2006 in an attempt to manage and mitigate the direct and indirect environmental impacts.

  • Sustainable Lifestyles Seminar: Will Re-using Carrier Bags Help Save the Planet?

    Dr Nick Nash and Dr Lorraine Whitmarsh
    Friday 23rd May 2014 - 2:00pm

    The Welsh Government has launched a 'National Conversation' on sustainability, asking the Welsh public what kind of society they want for themselves and future generations.

  • Environment Research Group PhD Seminar: Green leadership, Emissions Trading and Greater Energy Justice

    Pawel Pustelnik and Alister Forman, School of Planning and Geography
    Tuesday 20th May 2014 - 4:00pm

    Environment Research Group Seminar with Pawel Pustelnik and Alister Forman, School of Planning and Geography.

  • Beach Clean: Ogmore-by-Sea

    Saturday 17th May 2014 - 10:30am

    To mark the Royal Town Planning Institute's Cententary. RTPI Cymru is marking the centenary through its 'Circumnavigate Wales' project - encouraging its 1000 members in Wales between them to walk the length of the Wales Coastal Path and Offa's Dyke.

  • Symposium on Sub-National Government and Paths to Sustainable Energy

    Speaker list and programme enclosed
    Thursday 15th May 2014 - 10:30am

    This 2 day symposium brings together an array of researchers from across the social sciences to share their ideas and knowledge

  • Managing the Breakdown: Forms and Calculations in the Administration of Bovine Tuberculosis

    Dr Kim Ward, School of Planning and Geography, Cardiff University
    Tuesday 13th May 2014 - 4:00pm

    Environment Research Group Seminar featuring Dr Kim Ward from the School of Planning and Geography

  • European Elections Question Time

    Chair: Professor Steve Ormerod, School of Biosciences
    Thursday 8th May 2014 - 6:00pm

    Put your questions to the candidates on matters concerning wildlife and the natural environment.

  • Environment Research Group PhD Seminar: Can Peasants be Ecological Citizens? The Case of Agri-tourism in Peri-urban Mumbai and Pune in Maharashtra, India

    Rohit Madan, School of Planning and Geography
    Tuesday 6th May 2014 - 4:00pm

    Post structuralist research is increasingly influencing environmental knowledge – feminist/post-colonial authors have led the path for incorporating subjective and lived experiences of human-nature interactions into environmental discourses.

  • EVENT POSTPONED: The Energy Crisis Revisited: the 1970s and 2010s in Comparison

    Professor Andrew Barry, Chair of Human Geography, University College London
    Tuesday 29th April 2014 - 5:30pm

    Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control we have had to postpone this event and aim to reschedule in the new semester.

  • Launch Event: Sustainable Food Systems

    Prof Terry Marsden, Sustainable Places Research Inst. and Dr Adrian Morley, Harper Adams University
    Tuesday 15th April 2014 - 5:30pm

    You are warmly invited to an event exploring the linkages between social science research and the evolving food security problems facing the world.

  • Film - Requiem for Detroit

    Richard Essex, Regenerative Skills Collective Wales
    Thursday 10th April 2014 - 5:20pm

    Does Detroit's experience have any lessons for cities and communities in Wales? Join us to see the Detroit story and discuss what we can learn from it.

  • How can the Oceans be Governed? Panel Discussion and 'Water Worlds: Human Geographies of the Ocean' Book Launch

    Dr Jon Anderson, School of Planning and Geography
    Tuesday 8th April 2014 - 5:30pm

    We welcome a panel of 4 keynote speakers to discuss 'How can the Oceans be Governed?'. The event will close with a drinks reception in which the 'Water Worlds: Human Geographies of the Ocean' publication will be made available for purchase.

  • RTPI Urban Design and Conservation Regional Seminar: Characterisation, Conservation and Community Consultation in Wales

    Judith Alfrey, Cadw and Dr Matthew Griffiths, Civic Trust for Wales
    Tuesday 25th March 2014 - 5:30pm

    We welcome Judith Alfrey (Head of Conservation and Policy, Cadw) and Dr Matthew Griffiths (Director, Civic Trust for Wales). Please join us for this RTPI Urban Design and Conservation Regional Seminar hosted by the Innovation and Engagement Unit.

  • Effective Sub-national Adaptation to Extreme Events: The Imperative of Coupling Technology with Strong Regulation and Governance

    Dr Andrew Kythreotis, School of Planning and Geography, Cardiff University
    Tuesday 25th March 2014 - 4:00pm

    In recent years there has been an increase in extreme events related to natural variability and climate change. Developing innovative technologies is crucial in making society more resilient to such events.

  • Conservation and Urban Design Practice Afternoon Seminar

    Speaker list and programme enclosed
    Tuesday 25th March 2014 - 2:00pm

    An afternoon seminar for conservation officers, planners and interested parties endorsed by the Spatial Planning and City Environments Research Group.

  • International Forum on Low Carbon and Eco-City Planning and Development

    Speaker list and programme enclosed
    Thursday 20th March 2014 - 1:10pm

    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.

  • Food, Energy, and the Sociogenesis of Climate Change

    Professor Mark Harvey, University of Essex
    Tuesday 18th March 2014 - 5:30pm

    The generation of climate change needs to be understood much more in terms of how different societies and political economies have taken different strategic directions, driving or mitigating climate change in distinctive ways.

  • The Role of Diaspora in the Development of Least Developed States - The Case of Somaliland

    Eid Ali Ahmed Chartered Fellow CIPD, MBA, PGCE. Development and Management Consultant
    Tuesday 11th March 2014 - 5:30pm

    Diaspora communities can change the development trajectory of nations. This talk looks at the role of diaspora communities in the reconstruction of 21st century Somaliland, and the role of Cardiff's Somaliland community in building a modern state.

  • Environment Research Group PhD Seminar: Geographies of the Aquatic - Otter Predation in Specimen Fisheries and Maritime Mobilities of the Superrich

    John Clayton and Emma Spence, School of Planning and Geography
    Tuesday 11th March 2014 - 4:00pm

    Environment Research Group PhD Seminar featuring papers by John Clayton and Emma Spence from the School of Planning and Geography.

  • School of Planning and Geography Open Day

    Wednesday 5th March 2014 - 10:00am

    We look forward to greeting you at the School of Planning and Geography Open Day. You are required to register. Registration details enclosed.

  • The Regenerative Economy: Rethinking Local Economic Development for a Climate-Changed World

    Professor Molly Scott Cato, Roehampton Business School, Professor of Strategy and Sustainability
    Tuesday 4th March 2014 - 5:30pm

    Part of Climate Week (3-9 March 2014). The UK's economy is responding to an unprecedented shock that has opened up the question of what economies are for and who they should serve.

  • Professional Membership and Early Career Pathway for Planners

    Young Planners Cymru, The Royal Town Planning Institute and the School of Planning and Geography
    Tuesday 25th February 2014 - 4:45pm

    There are a very wide range of different career pathways for planning graduates, ranging from environmental planning, statutory planning and transport planning through to economic development, heritage and regeneration.

  • 'Feeds and Speeds': Producing Product Qualities, Entanglements and Mediation in the Personal Computer Industry

    Dr Justin Spinney, Cardiff University
    Tuesday 25th February 2014 - 4:00pm

    Michel Callon, alongside various collaborators offers a theory of market exchange which seeks to overcome the tendencies of previous explanations to both over-state the agency of the individual and over-determine the power of capitalisms.

  • Islam UK Lecture Series 2014 - Plural Identities and the Islamisation of Public Space in Britain

    Professor John Eade, University of Roehampton
    Tuesday 18th February 2014 - 7:00pm

    The Islam UK Centre runs a free annual public lecture series each Spring. Speakers come from across the UK and overseas to give details of the latest research available.

  • Social Innovation: At the Crossroads Between Innovation Systems and Human Development

    Professor Frank Moulaert, Professor of Spatial Planning, KU Leuven
    Tuesday 18th February 2014 - 5:30pm

    Many contemporary approaches to social innovation tend to read it as an extra dimension to innovation dynamics.

  • The Reinvention of Urban Nature: Wildlife Preservation and Ecological Planning in West- and Post-Unification Berlin

    Dr Jens Lachmund, Department of Technology and Society Studies, University of Maastricht
    Tuesday 18th February 2014 - 4:00pm

    The presentation seeks to shed light on the scientific and political dynamics through which a new form of nature came into being and was institutionalized as an object of public concern.

  • Reclaiming Jet Lag as the 'State' of Travel Disorientation

    Dr Jon Anderson, School of Planning and Geography
    Tuesday 11th February 2014 - 4:00pm

    This paper explores the consequences of mobility for those engaged in long-distance, high-speed travel. It reclaims the notion of jet lag and repositions it as the broader phenomenon of 'travel disorientation'.

  • May the Fork be With You: Celebrity Chefs and the Cultural Biopolitics of Good Food

    Professor Mike Goodman, Reading University
    Tuesday 4th February 2014 - 4:00pm

    The chef-ocolypse is upon us. Now major voices in defining 'good food' and increasingly powerful political figures, celebrity chefs are central figures in the austerity foodscape where, quality food is watched rather than eaten.

  • Environment Research Group PhD Seminar: Narrative Methods and Bamboo Policy Implementation

    Richard Samuels and Ray Chan, School of Planning and Geography
    Tuesday 28th January 2014 - 4:00pm

    Please join us for this Environment Research Group PhD Seminar with Richard Samuels and Kin Wing (Ray) Chan. The titles of their individual talks and further information can be found by selecting the title above.

  • Positive Planning: Exploring the Planning (Wales) Bill

    Young Planners Cymru
    Monday 27th January 2014 - 2:00pm

    Join the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) Young Planners for this FREE event where their panel of speakers will explore with young planners the proposals to reform the planning system in Wales.

  • Mobile knowledges: Monitoring Change During Public Engagement Exercises

    Dr Adrian Evans, School of Planning and Geography
    Tuesday 21st January 2014 - 4:00pm

    Public engagement exercises, in which members of the public contribute to debates that were previously dominated by experts, have been seen as an important means of legitimising democracy in our techno-scientific era (see Callon et al 2009).

  • A Spatial Strategy for the Cardiff City-Region: An Exhibition

    Hosted by the Innovation and Engagment Unit and CPLAN Students
    Wednesday 15th January 2014 - 5:30pm

    The Cardiff city-region is emerging as one of the new arenas of governance in Wales. This presentation and exhibition of student work explores the spatial planning agenda facing the Cardiff city-region.

  • Wildlife in the Anthropocene: Conservation Without Nature

    Dr Jamie Lorimer, University of Oxford, School of Geography and the Environment
    Tuesday 14th January 2014 - 5:30pm

    The diagnosis of the anthropocene marks the public end of the idea of nature as a pure place removed from society and revealed by natural science.

  • Making Animals Kill-able: The Apparatus of the Slaughterhouse

    Dr Mara Miele, Cardiff University
    Tuesday 17th December 2013 - 4:00pm

    Slaughterhouses act as the starting point of the meat industry, where animals are killed to enter the food chain. They have been invented when human settlements became too large for individuals to rear and kill their own animals for personal consumption.

  • The Post Political City? De-Politicisation or the Insurgent Polis

    Professor Erik Swyngedouw, Manchester University, Professor of Geography
    Tuesday 10th December 2013 - 5:30pm

    This century will be, much more than the previous one, the century of the city; cities that no longer have an outside, a border. No matter how far one travels, as in Calvino Penthesilea, one will never be able to leave the city.

  • CPLAN Open Day

    Saturday 7th December 2013 - 9:30am

    The School looks forward to greeting you at the CPLAN Open Day. You are required to register. Registration details enclosed.

  • Gastronomica Meet-and-Greet (A Short Publishing Workshop)

    Professor Melissa Caldwell - University of California
    Friday 29th November 2013 - 3:45pm

    Prof. Melissa Caldwell, the Editor of the journal Gastronomica and Co-Director of the UC Multi-Campus Research Program on Studies of Food and the Body will join us for a Gastronomica meet-and-greet (a short publishing work).

  • CPLAN Open Day

    Wednesday 27th November 2013 - 9:30am

    The School looks forward to greeting you at the CPLAN Open Day. You are required to register. Registration details enclosed.

  • Consumer Anxieties about Food

    Professor Peter Jackson, The University of Sheffield, Department of Geography
    Tuesday 26th November 2013 - 5:30pm

    Food safety and food security are priority issues throughout Europe at present, the subject of intense governmental concern, public interest and media speculation.

  • GLAMORGAN LECTURE SERIES - What is to be Done About Health Inequalities?

    Ruth Hussey, Chief Medical Officer for Wales, Kate Pickett and Katherine Smith
    Tuesday 19th November 2013 - 5:30pm

    Inequalities in health within the population of the UK remain a major concern for policy-makers and citizens, and these inequalities appear to be showing minimal signs of narrowing.

  • Wales: Doing Things Differently - Leanne Wood AM

    Leanne Wood AM, Plaid Cymru
    Friday 15th November 2013 - 5:15pm

    This is a follow-on event from the 'Wales: Doing things Differently Conference'. The event is hosted by the Innovation and Engagement Unit and will feature a lecture from Leanne Wood AM

  • Wales: Doing Things Differently Conference

    Presentations provided by PhD Students and Keynote: Sarah Powell, CEO Sport Wales
    Friday 15th November 2013 - 9:30am

    This PhD led full day conference funded by the University Graduate College intends to bring together researchers from different schools within the University who are conducting research on contemporary Welsh issues.

  • Royal Society of Architects in Wales Annual Conference 2013 - The Place of Home - The RSAW Annual Conference

    RSAW Annual Conference
    Friday 15th November 2013 - 9:30am

    The RSAW Conference is part of a programme of linked events during November exploring themes of integrated and sustainable regeneration, sustainability and wellbeing in Wales.

  • Royal Society of Architects in Wales Annual Conference 2013 - The Place of Home - Conference Warm-up: Practitioner Masterclass

    Conference Warm-Up : Practitioner Masterclass
    Thursday 14th November 2013 - 3:45pm

    The RSAW Conference is part of a programme of linked events during November exploring themes of integrated and sustainable regeneration, sustainability and wellbeing in Wales.

  • Public Art and Regeneration

    Wednesday 13th November 2013 - 9:30am

    The Arts Council of Wales, CREW Regeneration Wales, and ixia public art think tank have organised two events which focus on the relationship between public art projects and regeneration schemes.

  • New Planning Strategies for Energy Efficient Cities in Germany

    Prof. Dr. Detlef Kurth, University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart
    Tuesday 12th November 2013 - 5:30pm

    Because of climate change cities need sustainable energy and climate action plans to reduce their vulnerability of energy scarcity and to reduce carbon emission

  • From Evidence to Action - The Housing Research Conference

    Co-hosted by Cardiff University, Welsh Government and Shelter Cymru
    Friday 8th November 2013 - 9:30am

    As the first ever Welsh Housing Bill enters scrutiny stage this autumn, Cardiff University, the Welsh Government and Shelter Cymru are co-hosting a conference that will be a platform for current housing research, policy and practice.

  • The Welsh Transport Planning Society Lecture 2013 - Where Next for Transport Planning in Wales?

    Speaker list enclosed
    Wednesday 6th November 2013 - 5:30pm

    The Board of the Transport Planning Society invites you to join them for the Welsh Transport Planning Society Lecture 2013. This promises to be a lively debate regarding the future direction of transport in Wales over the next decade.

  • Myanmar's Urban Future

    Yap Kioe Sheng, Honorary Professor
    Wednesday 30th October 2013 - 5:30pm

    Uncertainty characterizes Myanmar today. After years of isolation, Myanmar is taking steps to join the global economy. The urban areas will feel the impact. They are unprepared to deal with global economic forces.

  • Events and Urban Regeneration: The Case of London 2012

    Dr Andrew Smith, University of Westminster, School of Architecture and the Built Environment
    Tuesday 29th October 2013 - 5:30pm

    This event will explore the issues, challenges and mechanisms involved when mega-events are used in urban regeneration.

  • University Open Day

    Friday 25th October 2013 - 9:00am

    Come join us for the University Open Day. Registration required. Details enclosed.

  • The Future of Public Service Delivery: Social Sciences Inter-School Seminar Series 2012-2013

    Speaker list enclosed
    Wednesday 23rd October 2013 - 1:00pm

    The aim of the seminar series is to share expertise across the social science schools in Cardiff University on public service delivery within contexts of uncertainty and risk. LUNCH PROVIDED

  • Welsh Water: Social Enterprise for the Future

    Chris Jones, Dwr Cymru, Finance Director
    Tuesday 22nd October 2013 - 5:30pm

    Welsh Water is unique amongst UK utilities in that it is owned by a non-shareholder company (Glas Cymru) and so all the value generated by the business is retained for the benefit of customers.

  • Jon Murdoch Memorial Lecture - Representing the Anthropocene: Who Will Get to Speak for Everything and How?

    Professor Noel Castree, The University of Manchester, Professor of Geography
    Wednesday 16th October 2013 - 5:30pm

    This lecture engages in some 'anticipatory semantics'. It explores who might seek to represent the Anthropocene, including but going beyond the epistemic community of scientists who have so far made most of the discursive running.

  • Maritime Heritage Conference

    Further details enclosed
    Wednesday 16th October 2013 - 9:00am

    CREW Regeneration Wales, together with Swansea City and County Council and the Maritime Heritage Trust, is currently organising a Maritime Heritage Conference

  • What's Hot and What's Not: Trends in Development Thinking

    Professor Duncan Green, Senior Strategic Adviser to Oxfam GB
    Tuesday 15th October 2013 - 5:30pm

    Drawing from his writing and role as Oxfam's strategic adviser, Duncan Green draws out some of the key moments and ideas that are shaping our understanding of development.

  • Cardiff University - Autumn Careers Fair

    All Student and Graduate Recruiters are invited to attend this event.
    Tuesday 15th October 2013 - 11:00am

    Please join us for the Cardiff University Autumn Careers Fair taking place at City Hall, Cardiff.

  • City-Regionalism and Infrastructure in the USA: The Contingent Geopolitics of Capitalism

    Professor Andy Jonas, University of Hull, Dept of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences
    Tuesday 8th October 2013 - 5:30pm

    This lectures connects city-regionalism to struggles around the funding of infrastructure inside the competition state.

  • Approaches to Rural Sustainability and Regeneration: Dreams, Processes and Decision-Making

    A list of speakers enclosed
    Saturday 5th October 2013 - 9:00am

    An interdisciplinary conference that aims to respond to a range of material that addresses rural sustainability and regeneration, with a focus on how and why decisions are made at individual, local, community and government level.

  • Young Planners Cymru - Heritage Event

    Guest Speakers from Cadw’s Heritage Bill Team
    Thursday 26th September 2013 - 6:00pm

    Young Planners Cymru proudly present as part of their 'Planning Bill' Events Series: Heritage: Understanding the future of our past

  • Rethinking the Landscape

    Details of speakers enclosed
    Friday 20th September 2013 - 9:00am

    Rethinking the Landscape - Hosted by the Valleys Regional Park partnership through the Interreg IVB WECAN project in association with CREW, Cardiff University, GI Forum Wales, and Cynnal Cymru.

  • Housing-Led Regeneration Network Event

    Details on booking for this event enclosed
    Tuesday 23rd July 2013 - 10:00am

    Community Regeneration and Delivering Environmental Improvement Schemes

  • Professor John Punter's Retirement Seminar and Dinner

    Speakers: Professor Matthew Carmon, University College London and Roger Evans, Studio REAL, Oxford
    Friday 12th July 2013 - 4:00pm

    John Punter is retiring, and to thank him for his contribution to urban design thinking and practice we are organising a seminar and dinner to which you are invited. Please see the enclosed invitation. It would be great if you could come!

  • The Learning Zone, The Works, Ebbw Vale

    Details of the 2 day conference enclosed
    Thursday 11th July 2013 - 8:45am

    CREW Regeneration Wales, the Centre established to promote integrated best practice regeneration in Wales, has organised a two day conference to profile the regeneration work that has been undertaken, at The Works, Ebbw Vale.

  • Farewell Symposium for Dr Peter H. Feindt

    A list of speakers enclosed
    Tuesday 9th July 2013 - 4:00pm

    A crisp symposium for reflection and exchange: A panel of colleagues and friends look back, around and forward, followed by drinks and a quality buffet.

  • Exhibition: Re-Thinking the High Street: Cardiff University’s MA Urban Design Community Involvement-based Design Project in Swansea High Street

    This is a public exhibition of student design work
    Saturday 29th June 2013 - 1:00pm

    These events are a ‘postscript’ stage of a series of student design projects aimed at the regeneration of High Street in Swansea.

  • WISERD Annual Conference

    Over 80 papers will be presented and we welcome three keynote speakers
    Tuesday 25th June 2013 - 9:30am

    Wales' largest social science conference will take place on 25th and 26th June at the University of South Wales.

  • Sustainability Science Summer School

    Joint venture with the University Graduate College
    Monday 24th June 2013 - 9:00am

    The Summer School,will provide a unique and high quality research training forum for interdisciplinary doctoral and postdoctoral researchers in the field of sustainability science and place-making.

  • The way to Gezi Park and beyond. An interdisciplinary dialogue on Turkey from the other side of Europe

    A Panel Discussion
    Thursday 20th June 2013 - 4:00pm

    Turkey is experiencing the biggest anti-government protest movement in its history. What began as a peaceful protest to protect one of the parks in the very centre of Istanbul turned into a violent clash between protesters and the police

  • The "Pathways Approach" to Sustainability: A Framework to Explore Resource Extraction Controversies

    Karin Beland Lindahl, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.
    Wednesday 19th June 2013 - 2:00pm

    This seminar will explore the key question; if, and under what conditions, mining can constitute a pathway to sustainability?

  • Cardiff Case Studies Conference for Geography Teachers 2013

    Tuesday 18th June 2013 - 10:00am

    Previous event was described by one Head of Geography as: ‘Thoughtful, intelligent and one of the best training courses I have ever attended as a teacher.’

  • Green Space, Physical Activity and the Older Generation

    Yi Gong, Research Fellow. Sustainable Places Research Institute
    Wednesday 12th June 2013 - 2:00pm

    Previous studies have shown that the built environment in which older people live plays an important role in promoting or inhibiting physical activity.

  • Cardiff University - Summer Careers Fair

    All Student and Graduate Recruiters are invited to attend this event.
    Tuesday 11th June 2013 - 11:00am

    Please join us for the Cardiff University Summer Careers Fair taking place at City Hall, Cardiff.

  • Food and Nutrition Security Governance in Brazil: The Role of Learning Environments

    Camilo Lozano Torres, visiting Scholar from Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
    Wednesday 5th June 2013 - 4:00pm

    This presentation will focus on Camilo's research as a Marie Curie Fellow on the PUREFOOD program.

  • Wales Planning Conference 2013: Building Sustainable Communities

    Details of speakers and cost enclosed
    Wednesday 5th June 2013 - 9:00am

    Will you be joining in with this year's Wales Planning Conference? Over 300 people attended this growing event last year.

  • Wales: A Sustainable Food Nation

    Agenda and Keynote speaker listed inside
    Tuesday 4th June 2013 - 9:00am

    This one day conference will consider how Wales can become a truly sustainable food nation. Bringing together representatives from all key sectors, the event will explore the obstacles and opportunities for action.

  • From the Consumption Countryside to the Bioeconomy: Explorations in the Race for Resources

    Professor Terry Marsden, Director of the Sustainable Places Research Institute
    Tuesday 28th May 2013 - 5:30pm

    The presentation will explore some of the new trends and questions of the management of rural space with regard to the different pathways towards more sustainable place-making.

  • Critical Ecologies: Theory, Culture and the Environment

    Convenors and Plenary Speakers list enclosed
    Friday 24th May 2013 - 9:00am

    Critical Ecologies is a 1 day interdisciplinary conference dealing with the critical intersection of culture and the natural environment from the perspectives of the humanities and social sciences. Funded by the University Graduate College.

  • Declining Cities in an Emerging Economy - The Case of Varanasi

    Saswat Badopadhyay, CEPT University (Center for Environmental Planning and Technology), India
    Wednesday 22nd May 2013 - 12:00pm

    Saswat Bandyopadhyay is a Professor of Environmental Planning at the CEPT University, Ahmedabad, India and spearheading research and professional activities related to urban planning, governance and urban capacity challenges.

  • The Madrasah Concept of Islamic Pedagogy: An International Perspective

    Professor Glenn Hardaker, University of Huddersfield
    Tuesday 21st May 2013 - 4:00pm

    The talk will share experiences and explore some findings from extensive fieldwork into the madrasah concept of Islamic pedagogy.

  • Urban Regeneration & Development Induced Displacements in Neoliberalising Cities: A Case of Ahmedabad

    Sejal Patel, CEPT University (Center for Environmental Planning and Technology), India
    Friday 17th May 2013 - 1:00pm

    Urban regeneration and development induced displacement and resettlement raises questions about distribution of the benefits of development.

  • 'What's the Beef?' A Horsemeat Round Table Discussion

    Eryl Powell-Cardiff Food Council, Sarah Germain-Fareshare Cymru, John Thomas-Penrhiw Farm Organic
    Tuesday 14th May 2013 - 5:30pm

    Please join us and a our panel for a horsemeat round table discussion hosted by the Food Studies Group, the School of Planning and Geography and the Sustainable Places Research Institute.

  • Food Policy Councils on the March: A World of Growth in Food Democracy

    Mark Winne, Author of Food Rebels, Guerrilla Gardeners, and Smart-Cookin' Mamas
    Tuesday 7th May 2013 - 5:30pm

    Citizen-led efforts, often in partnership with private and public interests, are becoming a more prevalent and effective force for food policy change within local jurisdictions.

  • The New Governance of Natural Resources: Biopatents and Animal Production. Findings from an International Research Project

    Dr Peter Feindt, Cardiff School of Planning and Geography
    Tuesday 30th April 2013 - 4:00pm

    This presentation discusses the governance of natural resources from an often neglected perspective: the role of property rights. The problem: Plants and animals are the basis of food production, but also the wider bio- and eco-economy.

  • 'A Flash Point in Inuit Memories': Hybrid Geographies and Sled Dog Killings

    Professor Susan McHugh, University of New England, USA
    Monday 29th April 2013 - 4:00pm

    Susan McHugh is Professor of English at the University of New England, USA. All of her research and some of her teaching focus on literary, visual, and scientific stories of species.

  • Human Rights and Urban Development: What's the Link?

    Professor Paul Taylor, Honorary Professor at the Cardiff School of Planning and Geography
    Wednesday 24th April 2013 - 5:30pm

    The talk will address how the current international human rights regime, when properly understood, has far-reaching implications for how the world's cities should develop in future.

  • Civil Society Organisations and Food Security: Networking for Discursive Positioning, Roles and Institutional Space

    Dr Maria Grazia Quieti, Visiting Ph.D. Scholar
    Tuesday 23rd April 2013 - 4:00pm

    The seminar will present the evolution of the relationship between civil society organisations and the U.N., in particular the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the U.N.

  • Transforming Public Space in Thessaloniki: Top-Down and Bottom-Up Responses to Crisis

    Evangelia Athanasiou, Asst. Professor, Dept of Architecture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
    Tuesday 16th April 2013 - 5:00pm

    The current economic crisis leaves a strong imprint on public space, in Greek cities. The visualisation of the effects of crisis on the most vulnerable sections of the society is most vivid on the streets and squares.

  • ‘Citizen Participation and Public Service Delivery’

    Details of speakers are listed in the the description of the event
    Tuesday 16th April 2013 - 1:00pm

    The Future of Public Service Delivery:Social sciences inter-school seminar series 2012-2013. Registration is open until 12th April 2013 at: http://citizenpublicservicedelivery.eventbrite.com

  • Northern Ireland: From the Crossroads to the Roundabout.

    Professor Peter Shirlow - Queen's University, Belfast
    Thursday 21st March 2013 - 5:30pm

    Peter Shirlow has written widely upon conflict and transformation in Northern Ireland. Peter has also undertaken conflict transformation work in Iraq, Jordan and the Balkans Region.

  • Reinventing Cardiff: Tourism, Consumption and Cultural Regeneration

    Ana Gonçalves, Estoril Higher Institute for Tourism and Hotel Studies, Portugal.
    Wednesday 20th March 2013 - 5:15pm

    Cardiff presents itself today as an enticing worldly city that epitomises a quintessential case of urban makeover and cultural and social transformation.

  • Reconfiguring Users in Automated Farming: Cows, Farmers and Robotic Milking

    Dr. Chris Bear, School of Planning and Geography, Cardiff University
    Tuesday 19th March 2013 - 4:00pm

    This paper builds on recent research in human geography, rural studies, and STS to explore the relationship between technologies and their ‘users’.

  • Making Emerging Infections: The Insecurities That are Made When We Try to Make Life Safe

    Professor Stephen Hinchliffe, Professor in Human Geography, University of Exeter
    Tuesday 12th March 2013 - 5:30pm

    How do emerging infections happen and why have they seemingly become more active in the last decade or so?

  • Webinar on Urban Food Strategies

    Professor Kevin Morgan, Jessica Jane Spayde and Jess Halliday
    Tuesday 12th March 2013 - 3:00pm

    Online event only! We are holding a webinar on Urban Food Strategies to explore recent and ongoing research in this field.

  • UCAS Open Day - Cardiff School of Planning and Geography (06/03/13) - FULLY BOOKED

    Wednesday 6th March 2013 - 10:30am

  • Game Changers: Can Sport Save the Environment?

    Russell Seymour Ph.D, Sustainability Manager, Marylebone Cricket Club
    Tuesday 5th March 2013 - 5:30pm

    Sport is a multi-million pound business with millions of particpants every week; for many people it provides their main link to the environment.

  • Land Ownership and Community Based Sustainability Practice

    Dr Alex Franklin, Sustainable Places Research Institute, Cardiff University
    Tuesday 5th March 2013 - 4:00pm

    Whilst there is wide spread interest in researching community-based sustainability initiatives, far less attention has thus far been afforded to the land on which such practices take place.

  • Death and Space - Planning and Graveyards in the Netherlands

    Paul Van Steen - Rijks University of Groningen
    Tuesday 19th February 2013 - 5:30pm

    Recently, the provision of space for the dead has become more problematic in The Netherlands. Local governments experience difficulties in expanding existing or creating new graveyards, or meeting environmental legislation.

  • Building Food Democracy through Civic Food Networks: Analysing Power in GAS in Valencia, Spain

    Dr Ana Moragues Faus
    Tuesday 19th February 2013 - 4:00pm

    The seminar will present a participatory action research project conducted with an innovative civic food network emerging in Spain, grupos de consumo or solidarity purchasing groups.

  • UCAS Open Day - Cardiff School of Planning and Geography (06/02/13)

    Wednesday 6th February 2013 - 10:30am

    Join us for the UCAS Open Day at the Cardiff School of Planning and Geography.

  • Dispute Resolution in Planning - There IS a Better Way of Doing it

    Professor Leonora Rozee - Former Deputy Chief Executive of the Planning Inspectorate
    Tuesday 5th February 2013 - 5:30pm

    image by Rob Cowan courtesy of the NPF. Based on research published in June 2010 the lecture will look at the opportunities mediation presents to fundamentally change the culture of the UK planning systems from plan-making to enforcement.