A meeting place for world-leading sustainability science, focussed on exploring innovative solutions for a more sustainable future.


Our research aims to develop place-based responses and solutions to sustainability issues such as climate change and resource depletion.


We deliver relevant, robust, research that is used by policy-makers across Wales, the UK and further afield to support evidence-based policy making.

Public lectures

Be inspired by watching previous lectures from a range of influential guest speakers.


International Seagrass Biology Workshop 2016

18 May 2015

Project Seagrass and the Seagrass Ecosystem Research Group, will be hosting the International Seagrass Biology Workshop (ISBW) in October 2016.

Community Energy Initiatives and the Alleviation of Fuel Poverty

13 May 2015

Sustainable Places PhD student Alister Forman's new research.

New Funding for sDNA Cycle Model

30 April 2015

Dr Crispin Cooper gains funding for new research inline with active travel policy in Wales.


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