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Planting begins for rainforest restoration project

30 June 2020

12,500 trees to be planted in Kinabatangan rainforest under Cardiff University’s Regrow Borneo scheme

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Coronavirus has exposed UK government’s failure to implement a long-term food plan

29 May 2020

A group of food experts, including Sustainable Places Research Institute Director Professor Terry Marsden, has warned that planning is needed to deal with short-term emergencies and to address longer-term risks to the UK food system.

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Exploring the transformative capacity of place-shaping practices

26 May 2020

The SUSPLACE Special Feature is published open access in Sustainability Sciences.

Growers of fresh produce in Wales feeling the pressure of Covid-19

4 May 2020

Investment in sector could yield continued expansion beyond pandemic, experts say

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Sustainable Places launches podcast

5 May 2020

The first series focuses on the impact of COVID-19 on the research being conducted by the Institute.

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A Sustainable Food System for Europe

14 April 2020

SAPEA publishes it's latest report, including a systematic review by Cardiff University

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Food rationing needed to ensure health, equity and decency, urge experts

3 April 2020

Professor Terry Marsden, Director of the Sustainable Places Research Institute, has co-authored a letter to the Prime Minister.

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A Welsh Food System Fit for Future Generations

27 March 2020

Report calls for action to make sustainable produce a viable choice

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Global plan to protect endangered species ‘overlooks genetic diversity’

5 March 2020

Scientists urge rethink on international 10-year action plan to protect nature

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Rainforest restoration a step closer

26 February 2020

Carbon offsetting pilot, Regrow Borneo, meets £15k target just four months after launching