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Rethinking the Anthropocene

Novel ecosystems and the return of nature in the Anthropocene

29 April 2019

Professor Susan Baker contributes to new book, rethinking the environment for the Anthropocene.

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Allotment and community gardens expert addresses Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee

12 April 2019

Dr Hannah Pitt addressed the benefits and challenges of allotments and community gardens.

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Messing about on the river

2 April 2019

New paper studying the effect of landscape features on genetic diversity highlights importance of forest corridors for conservation.

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G-BiKE: New European Network on Genomic Biodiversity for Resilient Ecosystems

1 April 2019

Newly funded research network highlights the importance of genetic and genomic tools in biodiversity conservation.

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Summer research placements available

28 March 2019

Sustainable Places is delighted to be able to offer three Cardiff University undergraduate students the opportunity to undertake a summer placement at the Institute.

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Food policy expert addresses Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee

22 March 2019

Professor Terry Marsden discussed the issue of Brexit and agriculture.

Tim Lang delivers PLACE keynote lecture

Sustainable Places Research Institute delivers annual keynote lecture

10 March 2019

Sustainable Places Research Institute welcomed one of the UK’s leading experts in food policy, Professor Tim Lang, to deliver the Institute’s annual keynote lecture.

Sustainability Week 2019

22 February 2019

The Sustainable Places Research Institute is organising a series of events to mark Cardiff University’s 2019 Sustainability Week.

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People and Plants

18 February 2019

Join us for the launch of the exhibition ‘People and Plants’ in the Insight Gallery, National Museum Cardiff and accompanying public report ‘Sharing Stories, Sharing Collections.’

Sustainable Places awarded Global Food Security grant

18 January 2019

Dr Angelina Sanderson Bellamy has been awarded £645,000 for a two year research project.