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‘What makes a sustainable place? Single sex marriage, astrology, evidenced-based policy and active citizens.

Posted on 28 October 2015 by Sustainable Places

by Dr Andrew P. Kythreotis In my last blog I discussed the implications of the 2015 Well-Being of Future Generation (Wales) Act (FGA) with respect to how Wales spatially addresses […]

UK renewables: death by a thousand cuts

Posted on 8 October 2015 by Sustainable Places

By Dr. Dimitrios Xenias   A few weeks ago, the government announced its intention to reduce Feed-in-Tariffs (FiTs) by 87%. This is just one of several renewable energy policies to […]

Data capture, recycling and sharing: The multiscalar and multidiscipline challenge

Posted on 20 August 2015 by Sustainable Places

By Natalie Small, Sustainable Places Research Associate Over time I am finding myself listening, reading and getting involved with discussions on the same concerns surrounding data. It doesn’t matter at […]

Academia and policy: It’s more than a one-way street

Posted on 30 June 2015 by Sustainable Places

 by Angela Watkins, Evidence Advisor at the Welsh Government I recently attended a symposium in London, co-organised by the British Ecological Society and the Zoological Society of London. It was […]

‘Can the Well-Being of Future Generation Act set a new climate agenda for well-adapted communities in Wales?’

Posted on 2 June 2015 by Sustainable Places

The 2015 Well-Being of Future Generation (Wales) Act (FGA) potentially signifies an important milestone in how Wales will address present and future climate challenges. Alongside the Environment (Wales) Bill and […]

Welsh Legislation Update

Posted on 13 May 2015 by Sustainable Places

The Environment Bill, third in a series of new Welsh Legislation has been laid before the National Assembly for Wales. The Minister for Natural Resources introduced the Environment Bill to […]