8th October 2015 – David Thorpe, Special Consultant for the Sustainable Cities Collective, visited Cardiff’s Country Fair to ask the question ‘what makes a sustainable city?’
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3rd October 2014 – “It cannot be right that people can be in full-time work and still struggle to make ends meet.” Dr John Middleton of the Faculty of Public Health advocates for a living wage in the UK.
19th September 2014 – WRAP is inviting Cardiff-based not for profit groups or charities to submit Expression of Interest project proposals that will help reduce household food waste in their communities.
Date: Monday 14th July 2014 Time: 5:30pm – 8pm Location: Sustainable Places Research Institute, 33 Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3BA Cost: Free Organiser: Sustainable Places Research Institute For more information click here.
Cardiff Council want your views on the Greener Grangetown project.
Welsh Government are seeking your views and opinions about allotments and community growing.
We’re delighted to announce that FareShare Cymru are finalists for the National Lottery Awards Best Environment Project!
Our very own Sam Holt received two awards from the National Institute for Adult Continuing Education (NIACE)
A new cafe has opened in front of the Huggard Buildings. Café H’ will provide much needed training opportunities for people who have experienced homelessness and are looking to return to work.
Cardiff Council’s Public Protection Team are telling consumers that washing chicken before cooking increases the risks of food poisoning from the campylobacter bacteria. This is the message from Food Safety Week. If you’d like to know more about the campaign, read the visit www.food.gov.uk/chicken