Happy International Women’s Day 2021 from the team at EP Wales – we’re celebrating our original thinkers, educators, emerging voices and HERstories in environmental science.
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.
Read all about the latest news from the team at Environment Platform Wales: new programme announcement for our 2020 conference, photography competition winners announced, Upland Voices campaign launch as well as upcoming events and opportunities of interest to our network members.
The winners of Environment Platform Wales’ Welsh Uplands Photography Competition have been announced ahead of the platform’s conference programme launch. The competition celebrates the life, landscape and people living or working in the Welsh Uplands, covering more than 80% of Wales.
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.
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.
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,…
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