- Dr Andrea Collins, School of Planning and Geography talks to Andy Fryers, Sustainability DirectorThursday 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.
- Dr Nick Nash and Dr Lorraine WhitmarshFriday 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 JusticePawel Pustelnik and Alister Forman, School of Planning and GeographyTuesday 20th May 2014 - 4:00pm
Environment Research Group Seminar with Pawel Pustelnik and Alister Forman, School of Planning and Geography.
- 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.
- Speaker list and programme enclosedThursday 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
- Dr Kim Ward, School of Planning and Geography, Cardiff UniversityTuesday 13th May 2014 - 4:00pm
Environment Research Group Seminar featuring Dr Kim Ward from the School of Planning and Geography
- Chair: Professor Steve Ormerod, School of BiosciencesThursday 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, IndiaRohit Madan, School of Planning and GeographyTuesday 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.