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On the Wales Environmental Leadership Conference

This month’s issue of Planet: The Welsh Internationalist offers an account of the Wales Environmental Leadership Conference. The article, entitled A Sustainable Wales? Identifies some of the key themes of the conference and my thoughts on what carrying progressive environmental action … Continue reading

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LIVE blogging: Wales Environmental Leadership Conference

We will be LIVE blogging throughout the conference tomorrow. Join us on the conference website Tweet your questions and comments to: #WalesGreenLeader Follow us: Hannah Hughes (@Hanshare) Katerina Höne (@Kathone) Katherine Jones (@AberKatAber)

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Wales Environmental Leadership Public Event

Can Wales become an International Environmental Leader? Friday 8th February, Aberystwyth University 6-7:30 Main Hall, International Politics Department The Panel: Peter Davies (Sustainable Futures Commissioner and Chair of Climate Change Commission for Wales) Matthew Quinn (Director of Department for the Environment, … Continue reading

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The Wales Environmental Leadership Conference

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS Can Wales become an international environmental leader? How can academic, policy and NGO communities work together in creating and sustaining an environmentally sound Wales? How can our research support and facilitate Wales as a global environmental knowledge producer … Continue reading

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Wales: a Para-Diplomat in Sustainability? From recycling locally to negotiating globally

Wales seems to be emerging as a nation that is taking sustainability seriously. There is a great track record on sustainable matters. But further, there is the idea of Wales setting an example, within the UK and maybe beyond. For … Continue reading

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