Stepping Towards a More Sustainable Food City

Over the past year, Swansea Environmental Forum has been supporting an active group of individuals and representatives of several partners organisations that share a passion and vision for transforming the food system in Swansea and the south-west Wales region. In Spring 2021, concern was raised by a small group of people that felt food production […]

Energy Hub Pop-up Offers Advice

A pop-up resource centre on Nelson Street in Swansea is being run by The Environment Centre in collaboration with Swansea Council and other partners. The main aim is to provide impartial information and advice to citizens struggling to pay their fuel bills and those that would like to improve energy efficiency in their homes, switch […]

Supporting Community-Led Solutions for Transport

A new project has been launched which aims to tackle barriers to transport and travel through initiatives that are led by communities. The project involves a broad partnership headed up by Swansea Council for Voluntary Services, 4theRegion and SEF, and is funded through the UK Government’s Community Renewal Fund. This project is has several different aspects but […]

KWT Local Places for Nature Eligibility Changes

Keep Wales Tidy’s Local Places for Nature scheme invites you to apply for a food growing package. Due to recent changes in eligibility criteria, more places than ever before can get free, pre-paid garden packages that include native plants, tools and other materials. We’ll handle the orders and deliveries, and our project officers will even […]

10,000 Welsh Voices Call for Climate Action at Senedd

Climate Cymru is gathering voices from all over Wales and making sure they are heard by the people in power. It is the leading Wales-based campaign focused on COP26, with 230 partner organisations, and growing, from all sectors of society. It’s an important and worthwhile campaign to represent voices from Wales at COP26 this November […]