Environment Platform Wales have a range of upcoming opportunities and events for our university partners (including undergraduates, postgraduates, postdocs, academics). Careers Fairs If you are studying at one of our Welsh partner universities, you will be able to find the Environment Platform Wales stand at your upcoming careers day from…
Our post conference publication document capturing the key discussion points at this year’s Environment Evidence 2021 is now ready to view.
Environment Platform Wales Director Dr Jennifer Geroni looks back at ten of the key points emerging from the discussions that took place at our five-day online conference in September. What are the themes and issues emerging from welsh-uplands themed conference? Read on to find out more.
Ahead of our Resilience in the Welsh Uplands conference starting on Monday 14th Sept, we’re sharing this special video featuring the poem ‘My Land’ by the North Wales poet John Morris Jones read by a VERY familiar and famous face – the legendary Welsh actor Michael Sheen.
As part of our Upland voices project, Mid Wales beef and sheep farmer Hywel Morgan shares the story of his family farm ar Esgairllaethdy at the foot of the Black Mountains. In this article, he outlines his concerns and worries for the future of farming and what it’s like to be a farmer in Wales in 2020. In the run-up to our Resilience in the Welsh Uplands confererence in September, we’re shining a light on seldom-heard voices currently living and working in the Welsh Uplands. Why not get involved and share your story, too?
We are looking for volunteer rapporteurs for our live online conference sessions in September – volunteer for just one session for us and receive an access all areas ticket for the 4-day conference as well as a credit in our post-conference report.
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.
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