All Welcome at SEF’s 2017 AGM and Annual Review

Swansea Environmental Forum (SEF) is holding its 2017 AGM event on Monday 2nd October at 7pm in the Environment Centre, and everyone is welcome. Over its 30 year existence, SEF was been responsible for setting-up projects such as the Environment Centre, Sustainable Swansea, Clear Streams Swansea, Low Carbon Swansea Bay and supporting many other initiatives. […]

Slides now available – Community Energy in Swansea and Wales SEF Seminar

COMMUNITY ENERGY IN SWANSEA AND WALES 7pm, Monday 15th June 2015 at the Environment Centre, Pier Street, Swansea SA1 1RY What does community energy mean for you and your organisation? Hear from existing projects A very successful event. The slides from the talks are available below: Chris Small – CREES Phil Powell – Gwent Energy Dan McCallum – […]

Smart Nature Conference: 30th June at Liberty

Smart Nature Conference: 30th June at Liberty

The SMART NATURE: Beacons to Bay Conference is taking place at the Liberty Stadium on Tuesday 30th June. The aims of the conference are to inform you about new approaches to managing the natural environment in Wales; to inspire you with positive examples of a more integrated approach; and to involve you by gathering your […]

Smart Nature Website Launched

Smart Nature Website Launched

Swansea Environmental Forum has developed a new interactive website to help gather views and suggestions for managing our natural resources – www.smartnature.net The innovative resource features an amazing illustration of the Tawe Corridor, from the Brecon Beacons to Swansea Bay, created by local artist, Mike Hill. The aim is to encourage people to explore the illustration and find out how […]

Have Your Say at SEF’s Community Consultation Events

Do you have views about the natural environment and how it is managed? Have your say at one of a series of community consultation events taking place in May and June. The aim is to capture the opinions of local people and groups about how best to manage natural resources in the River Tawe Catchment […]