Click here if you would like to find out more and register to attend the Planet Lab support events.
Mae’r Cais am Dystiolaeth yn bwysig i sicrhau ein bod Llywodraeth Cymru yn seilio’n cynlluniau ar dystiolaeth gadarn. Cyflwynwch eich sylwadau erbyn 15 Mawrth 2023
Welsh Government need your evidence and research to help inform our approach to just transition. Submit your comments by 15 March 2023
Are you interested in undertaking research to support increasing biodiversity and healthy ecosystems in Wales? The Biodiversity and Ecosystem Evidence and Research Needs (BEERN) Programme welcomes applications for small research projects that will directly support our understanding, evidence and monitoring of biodiversity and ecosystems in Wales. Funding is available to…
This is a very challenging time for everyone and can particularly challenging if your research has been put on hold or the future of your funding is now uncertain. UKRI and other funders are refocusing their efforts on measures to reduce the impact of the virus on health, the environment…
Submissions wanted! We’re looking for photos depicting the Welsh Uplands: Past, Present and Future.
All the leatest news, opportunities and events fron Environment Platform Wales in February 2020.
* The Winter of Wonder * Read more from Environment Platform Wales in our December Newsletter Update. Election results, Our 2020 Conference date announcement, Interview with Prof Richard Lucas from Living Wales, Dates for your Diary next year…and much more.
We meet the Aberystwyth University research chair on a mission to change the way we see, understand and react to landscape-based data. The digital data bank could change the way we legislate for, build on and use the land around us. Environment Platform Wales caught up with the professor during a flying visit to Cardiff with his research team.
Find out what’s new at Environment Platform Wales in our October news roundup, including our regular instalment of opportunities, events and news updates from the world of environmental science.
Find out what we got up to at the our very first National Conference – the Marine Evidence (Wales) Conference 2019.
As part of Environment Platform Wales’ first national conference specialising in Marine Evidence, we catch up with Kat Route-Stephens, Specialist Advisor to Natural Resources Wales on Marine Industries and Energy. We meet Kat to see what makes her tick and what she’ll be discussing at her session at the Marine Evidence (Wales) conference.
We catch up with the researcher behind the Marine Social Sciences Network ahead of her presentation at the Marine Evidence (Wales) conference, hosted by Environment Platform Wales.
Find out the latest news from Environment Platform Wales in our August news update – just two weeks to go to bag your sponsorship packages and delegate tickets for the Marine Evidence (Wales) conference – don’t miss out!
EP Wales goes deeper with BBC TV’s explorer, author and presenter Will Millard, who is passionate about the environment in Wales, including it’s marine life and waterways.
With well-being a major concern (and growing market trend) across the globe, we catch up with one researcher who is shining a light on the situation closer to home. Between 2015-2018, the market value of the health and wellness market in the UK grew to 20.5bn. In Western Europe as a whole,…
UK Parliament and Welsh Government both use research and academic knowledge to inform scrutiny and legislation. Academics can help to ensure that the decisions that affect people’s lives are taken with the best available evidence, but it helps to know the way in. In June 2019, I supported Environment Platform…
With our first conference just over 2 months away we’re working hard to get everything ready for our delegates and speakers. Here are 10 things we’re looking forward to at Environment Evidence 2019
The Biodiversity and Ecosystem Evidence and Research Needs (BEERN) Programme welcomes applications for small research projects that will directly support our understanding, evidence and monitoring of biodiversity and ecosystems in Wales.
10 things that matter to the global speaker, UNESCO Geoscience Chair and BBC Presenter: making science documentaries, being an earth science champion and Scotland beating Wales (just once!) at the rugby. Chair of Geoscience communication – that’s not a title you hear every day. Is this what you set out…
It’s been a rollercoaster in terms of environmental news and developments over the last few weeks. In addition to building our small but fabulous team here at EPWales, we’ve had one eye on the news, too.