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Here is the Environmental Events Swansea 2016 brochure.  Events include guided walks and cycle rides through some of the UK’s most beautiful countryside, and a wide range of talks, workshops and training courses about wildlife and environmental issues. There are also lots of children’s activities in local nature reserves, in parks, on beaches and in other interesting places. Most of the events are FREE or at low cost so everyone can get involved.  


News and Reviews

Tuesday, 05 March 2013

1st March 2013, St David’s Day: Environmental charity, Size of Wales, has achieved its ambitious target of raising £2 million to help to protect 2 million hectares of tropical forest...

Thursday, 02 April 2015
Tuesday, 05 March 2013

The Climate Change Commission for Wales' Second Annual Report, launched 18th February 2013 outlines the work of the Commission over the last year and sets priorities for action in 2013/14 and...

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Latest Events

3rd Jan, 2017 - 17th Feb, 2017

Big Garden Birdwatch 2017

Every year, educators from every corner of the UK take part with their classes. There's plenty of flexibility to run it with any age group of children the RSPB have resources to help. Join in with Big Schools' Birdwatch 2017 and help make it the biggest ever!  Go to https://ww2.rspb.org.uk/kids-and-schools/kids-at-school/schools-birdwatch/

2nd Feb, 2017 - 2nd Feb, 2017

World Wetlands Day

The frequency of disaster risk globally has doubled in the last 35 years, often due to weather and climate related risks.  As predictions for climate change become more and more extreme, it is useful to remind ourselves that wetlands can reduce these risks, through natural flood and drought reduction processes.  This year’s World Wetlands Day does just that, and Ramsar has produced a range of materials to help you to celebrate the day. There is also the regular youth photo contest – for those between 18-25.  Go to http://www.ramsar.org/news/world-wetlands-day-2017-materials-are-now-available

13th Feb, 2017 - 19th Feb, 2017

Go Green Week

People & Planet’s team of regional organisers are organising events across the UK and Ireland for you.  Join an amazing training weekend near you to get to know activists from your region and build a strong network or support.  Go to https://peopleandplanet.org/events to find out more.

14th Feb, 2017 - 21st Feb, 2017

National Nestbox Week

NNBW takes place each year from 14-21 February, and after more than 15 years it is now an established part of the ornithological calendar.  NNBW aims to encourage everyone to put up nest boxes in their local area in order to promote and enhance biodiversity and conservation of our breeding birds and wildlife.  To find out more go to https://www.bto.org/about-birds/nnbw