Read more for our May news update from the team at Environment Platform Wales to find out about our fully digital conference exerience for Environment Evidence 2020 (Resilience in the Welsh uplands), how you submit a late abstract and get involved in the online event, about our Welsh Uplands photography competition & prizes as well as all latest news, information and opportunities for members and subscribers.
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…
EP Wales communications lead Gemma Treharne-Foose shares some of the challenges of communicating with external audiences during the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
Following the publication of the draft Clean Air Plan for Wales, Welsh Government is seeking to appoint a Clean Air Advisory Panel to provide independent expert advice on air quality matters in Wales.
* 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.