Living Wales captures the dynamics of the Welsh landscape through Earth observations. We work with near real time and historical data to produce detailed insights into our changing environment.
Our two events will introduce you to the concepts behind Living Wales and showcase current capability and application in areas ranging from biodiversity and climate resilience to agricultural productivity and health. We will also show how Living Wales can bring tangible benefits to the environment, society, economy and policy and provide new and exciting opportunities for shaping our future landscape.
Cardiff – Tuesday 25th February – Yr Hafod, Welsh Government Offices, Cathays Park, Cardiff CF10 3NQ
Machynlleth – Wednesday 26th February – Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT), Llwyngwern Quarry, Pantperthog, SY20 9AZ
Both events will take place 10 am to 4 pm.
The two locations have been chosen to allow people from north, mid and south Wales to attend. As the same information will be presented at both, we recommend only registering for one event.
For more information on the project visit the Living Wales website.
Note that for the Cardiff event, visitors will need to go through the security in the main foyer and collect a visitors pass before being escorted to the Hafod recepton desks for registration.