2022-23 Insights Wales / Cipolwg Cymru Recordings

Click on the link in the table below to watch one of our previous talks.
DatePresenterLink to Recording of Talk
October 2022
Vicki Stevenson,
Cardiff University
Renewable electricity generation and storage in a residence in South Wales
2nd November 2022Dr Alvin Orbaek White,
Swansea University
Clawing our way back from plastic fantastic, one carbon atom at a time
November 2022
Dr Suvarna Punalekar,
Aberystwyth University
Broad habitat map for Wales using open-source data and technology
7th December 2022Dr Iestyn Woolway,
Bangor University
Climate Change Impacts on Lakes and Reservoirs
14th December 2022Mark Squire, NRW
Sharon Ellwood, DCWW
Storm Overflows – Our Road Map
18th January 2023Prof. Phillip Jones,
Cardiff University
Urban Heat Mapping
1st February 2023Prof. Duncan Pirrie,
University of South Wales
Mineralogy of Metal Mines
8th February 2023Vanessa dean-Richards, Welsh GovernmentJust Transition to Net Zero Wales Consultation
15th February 2023Dr Isabel Sebastian, Cardiff UniversityRewilding Wales
1st MarchDr Victoria Jenkins,
Swansea University
What can academic lawyers contribute to interdisciplinary environmental research?
8th MarchDr Gary Walpole,
Cardiff Metropolitan University
Cardiff Circular Economy Network Pilot Project
15th MarchDr Gabriela Zapata-Lancaster,
Cardiff University
Air Quality and thermal comfort in primary schools
22nd MarchGwyn Nelson, Wales Coastal Monitoring CentreWales Coastal Monitoring Centre
29th March Dr Sara MacBride, Cardiff University & Dr Liz O’Brien, Forest ResearchUnderstanding Fragmentation: Biosecurity in New Zealand and Wales
3rd MayDr Leshan Uggalla, University of South WalesAir Quality Monitoring
10th May `Dr David Kidner,
University of South Wales
UAV/Drone Imagery
17th May Chris HarrisCoed-y-Bont Community Woodland Project
26th MayDr Elizabeth Chadwick,
Cardiff University
The Otter as a Surveillance Tool
7th JuneDr Tania Sharmin,
Princeton Institute
Thermal Comfort and Urban Heat Zones
14th JuneTom Overton,
University of South Wales
The Bike Lock

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