Autumn begins and new challenges emerge. Sustainable Wales has two new exciting opportunities for motivated people.
We’re hoping to develop an ‘Arts, Craft and Culture Trail’ for Porthcawl, following a very successful feasibility study. Also, we are about to produce ‘Shine a Light?‘ – a short challenging film outlining the difficulties of community energy development in the UK – solar, hydro, biomass, geothermal, wind. The aim of the film is educational and supports democratising our energy supply, bringing ownership and profit back into communities. Read More
Before I can truly put myself into anything I need to believe in it. I need to understand and agree with the why. Why we are doing what we are doing.
Sustainable Wales exists as a charity because we firmly believe that everyone, irrespective of his or her background, or position in society, has a key part to play in making environmental and social sustainability our normal behaviour. Read More
12 months ago we had to make a big decision, possibly the biggest decision in the history of our charity. After 16 years as the grassroots voice for sustainable development in Wales we were at a crossroads. Where was our future? Did we have a future? Read More