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Sefydliad Ymchwil Mannau Cynaliadwy

An appetite for learning?

21/08/2014

Educational reform can help lay the foundations for improving food security in the Turks and Caicos Islands

A clear definition of 'sustainable land management' is needed says National Assembly Committee

15/07/2014

Professor Terry Marsden, Director of the Sustainable Places Institute has been acknowledged for his help as an advisor to the National Assembly’s Environment and Sustainability Committee in their inquiry into sustainable land management in Wales .

Seagrass Meadows in a globally changing environment Seagrass Meadows in a globally changing environment

30/06/2014

Researchers from the Sustainable Places Research Institute are among a group of academics to contribute to the recently published special issue of the Marine Pollution Bulletin, highlighting seagrass ecology and management around the world.

Anrhydedd MBE i Athro Newid yn yr Hinsawdd Anrhydedd MBE i Athro Newid yn yr Hinsawdd

16/06/2014

Yr Athro Nick Pidgeon yn cael ei gynnwys ar restr anrhydeddau pen-blwydd y Frenhines am wasanaethau i ymwybyddiaeth o’r newid yn yr hinsawdd

Green Impact Gold for the Sustainable Places Team! Green Impact Gold for the Sustainable Places Team!

20/05/2014

The Sustainable Places Team takes the Gold at Green Impact Award Ceremony.

Can you really predict community cohesion with a road atlas? Can you really predict community cohesion with a road atlas?

20/05/2014

New study explores the impact of transport networks and local connectivity, on community cohesion.

The fast and the frugal The fast and the frugal

20/05/2014

How do we make decisions during water contamination events?

Media discourses on low carbon housing Media discourses on low carbon housing

20/05/2014

Using discourse analysis to assess how low carbon housing is portrayed within British broadsheet media.

Green communities Importance of neighbourhood green space highlighted by new study

19/05/2014

New study highlights the vital role of planning policy to design, preserve and encourage use of green spaces in local communities.

Institute Establishes Ecological Restoration Working Group Institute Establishes Ecological Restoration Working Group

12/05/2014

Led by Institute Professor, Susan Baker, a new group has been formed, bringing together those working on ecological restoration from a range of disciplines across Cardiff University.

The Minister for Natural Resources, Alun Davies speaking at the launch Let's look at the evidence

30/04/2014

Addressing the gaps in our knowledge about the world around us.

Amhariad thyroid ymhlith adar afonydd Amhariad thyroid ymhlith adar afonydd

29/04/2014

Llygryddion mewn afonydd trefol yn llethu datblygiad adar gwyllt

Sustainable Food Systems: the need for a new approach Sustainable Food Systems: the need for a new approach

17/04/2014

Sustainable Food Systems: Building a New Paradigm. A new book edited by Professor Terry Marsden and Dr Adrian Morley.

Dan Kahan Democracy and the Science Communication Environment

31/03/2014

Professor Dan Kahan from the Yale Law School presented on the subject of 'The Science Communications Environment & Democracy'.

Shaping the Welsh landscape Shaping the Welsh landscape

13/03/2014

Partnership helps develop real solutions to challenges in Wales

Mapio dinasoedd y dyfodol Mapio dinasoedd y dyfodol

07/03/2014

Ymchwil y Brifysgol yn gosod y sylfaen ar gyfer dinasoedd mwy effeithlon yn y dyfodol

Traffic jam Why do we find commuting so horribly stressful?

06/03/2014

Dr Daniel Newman, RA, Sustainable Places Research Institute

Fleet car could ignite a spark in the damp electric vehicle market Fleet car could ignite a spark in the damp electric vehicle market

16/01/2014

The announcement came at New Year that David Cameron's cabinet members might be about to trade in their limousines for electric vehicles.

Spatial Design Network Analysis (sDNA) Spatial Design Network Analysis (sDNA)

16/01/2014

A team of researchers based across the Sustainable Places Research Institute and The School of Planning and Geography has developed a novel network model which measures the "DNA" of a city.

Innocents will suffer as legal cuts put paid to due process Innocents will suffer as legal cuts put paid to due process

16/01/2014

Article by Dr Daniel Newman on planned cuts of £220m to legal aid

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