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Quito, Equador

Call for participants: Workshop on Environmental Governance

14 April 2016

Are you an Early Career Researcher with an interest in environmental governance?

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Shaping the communities of the future

8 March 2016

A new partnership between Cardiff University and Sustrans is helping plan for the sustainable communities of the future.

Seagrass

Saving our seagrass

8 March 2016

Urgent action needed to stem loss of world’s seagrass meadows

Project Seagrass

The unsung hero of the marine environment needs you!

26 February 2016

An innovative new project which seeks to engage children with the marine environment, has been shortlisted for National Lottery funding as part of the People’s Project Wales.

Quito, Equador

Call For Abstracts: International Workshop on Sustainable Urban Development

20 January 2016

Sustainable Places Research Fellow, Dr Abid Mehmood is to be part of an expert group supporting International workshop on sustainable urban development

Yasira Pasha

Visiting Research Scholar

20 January 2016

This month Yasira Naeem Pasha joins us as a visiting research scholar from Dawood University of Engineering and Technology, Pakistan

Professor Terry Chapin

Professor Terry Chapin named Honorary Distinguished Professor

21 December 2015

This month Professor Terry Chapin was awarded the title of Honorary Distinguished Professor, Sustainable Places Research Institute.

Landslide

New collaboration to study after effects of major earthquakes

14 December 2015

A new NERC-funded collaboration will further our understanding of how communities recover from landslides associated with large earthquakes.

Wales Food & Drink Action Plan

Cardiff Professors to offer expert advice on the Welsh Government’s food policy.

18 November 2015

The PPIW has commissioned Professor Terry Marsden and Professor Kevin Morgan to offer expert advice on the Welsh Government’s food policy.

Two houses completely flooded

Communicating flood risks in a changing climate

13 November 2015

How can we engage individuals and communities more effectively around flood risks in a changing climate?