News related to the Research Institute from 2011:
The importance of seagrass meadows and their conservation continue to attract attention
Ebbw Vale’s fifteen-year-old Climate Change Champion, Bronwen Davies
Sustainability Week Debate asks what environmental impact a small nation can have
Innovative solutions to waste management
A series of workshops looking at how scientists and communities can work together effectively to address issues of concern to communities.
Dr Abid Mehmood, Research Fellow at Sustainable Places Research Institute took part in an award winning teaching and research programme.
Cardiff University becomes a supporting member of the Size of Wales project.
Key conference highlights Welsh expertise in food security and ecosystem services.
One of the Institute’s Research Fellows, Leanne Cullen-Unsworth, has posed that very question in her research on seagrass.
We are inviting people to have their voice heard by trialling an innovative way to connect with the public in the run up to Wales Biodiversity Week.
The Institute is delighted that Professor Katarina Eckerberg is visiting Cardiff as part of the University’s Distinguished Visiting Fellow Scheme.
Wales-DTC is awarding a number of ESRC-funded postgraduate research studentships to support doctoral research and training
Extreme weather experience prompts public concern and action
The School of City and Regional Planning has been awarded six new PhD Scholarships.
Stephen Fry, Griff Rhys Jones and Sir Terry Matthews back new Research Institutes.