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

Research

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

Impact

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

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News

AESOP Congress 2015

28 July 2015

Professor Susan Baker and Dr Crispin Cooper took part in the AESOP Congress 2015.

Pedestrian Pathways in the Healthy City

27 July 2015

Dr Yi Gong and Dr Crispin Cooper presented their research at the symposium earlier in July.

Sustainable Places is the new home to Project Seagrass

8 July 2015

We are the new home to marine conservation NGO Project Seagrass.

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