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  • Centre for Alternative Technology
    CAT offer solutions to some of the most serious challenges facing our planet and the human race, such as climate change, pollution and the waste of precious resources.
  • Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales
    CPRW aims to secure the protection and enhancement of the diverse landscapes and environment of Wales.
  • Cardiff Cycling Campaign
    The Cardiff Cycling Campaign is a cycling club with a difference! We actively campaign to improve the lot of cyclists in and around Cardiff.
  • Community Land Advisory Service in Wales (CLAS Cymru),
    Three CLAS Cymru advisors are working locally and regionally, providing direct advice and support for landowners and community groups in order to secure land access on fair terms and meet the needs for both parties. It will operate across Wales and offer a fully bi-lingual service. The type of support and advice that will be available for landowners and community groups through one to one advice, training, workshops and resources will include: • assistance in identifying potential sources of land • negotiating its use on a temporary or long term basis • advice and support on legal issues, land agreements, the ins and outs of purchasing land • navigating the planning system. CLAS Cymru is aiming to work closely with landowners, including Local Authorities, Natural Resources Wales and the agricultural sector, helping landowners to understand the opportunities of working with community groups and iron out any apprehensions and problems. The Service will also liaise at a national level, working with decision makers and operating as a centre of expertise, guidance and support. CLAS Cymru, which is managed by the Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens, will be working closely with its ‘Tyfu Pobl’ team in Wales, as well as the UK-wide CLAS team, ensuring synergy and the transfer of knowledge and expertise.
  • CSV
    CSV provide volunteering opportunities for people of all ages and abilities. They also provide training for young people and those who are unemployed.
  • Development Trusts Association Wales
    Development Trusts Association Wales an independent practitioner based membership organisation promoting the work of and supporting the growing network of development trusts in Wales.
  • Eco Schools
    Eco-Schools is an international award programme that guides schools on their sustainable journey, providing a framework to help embed these principles into the heart of school life.
  • Energy Saving Trust
    The Energy Saving Trust is a non-profit organisation, funded both by government and the private sector. They are one of the UK's leading organisations set up to address the damaging effects of climate change and have offices in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. Their aim is to cut emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) by promoting the sustainable and efficient use of energy.
  • Environment Times
    The one stop resource for all environmental news, products, services and jobs.
  • Farmers Markets
    A directory of inspected and genuine farmers' markets in the UK!
  • Forum for the future
    Forum for the future believe that humanity faces an immense challenge. We can no longer treat the planet without any thought for the future. So they are working with over 120 leading businesses and organisations to bring about change.
  • Friends of the Earth Cymru
    Making life better for people by inspiring solutions to environmental problems
  • Keep Wales Tidy
    Working to create a Clean, Safe and Tidy Wales.
  • Natural Resources Wales
    Natural Resources Wales brings together the work of the Countryside Council for Wales, Environment Agency Wales and Forestry Commission Wales, as well as some functions of Welsh Government. Our purpose is to ensure that the natural resources of Wales are sustainably maintained, enhanced and used, now and in the future.
  • Nature Net
    Naturenet is the the UK's most popular independent countryside and conservation website.
  • NetRegs
    NetRegs is the primary trusted source of guidance on environmental legislation for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK and offers free guidance by Business Type and Environmental Topic.
  • Parc Natur Penglais Support Group: Parc Natur Penglais Conservation Project
    Parc Natur Penglais Support Group is working to transform a neglected and declining over mature woodland and a long-abandoned quarry into a dynamic, self regenerating eco systems, that are maintained as a local resource for conservation, educational and relaxation purposes.
  • Prince's Trust Cymru
    The Prince's Trust run programmes that encourage young people to take responsibility for themselves helping them build the life they choose rather than the one theyve ended up with.
  • Recycle for Wales
    Launched by the consumer campaign Recycle for Wales recycleforwales.org.uk aims to inform members of the public how to reduce, reuse and recycle household waste, provide money saving advice and local recycling information. The website has a fun, interactive quiz where users can find out if they are a superhero recycler.
  • Rhayader By Nature: Community Action for Wildlife
    The Community Action for Wildlife project aims to develop a community resource of wildlife knowledge, advice and training that records, protects and enhances Rhayader and district's biodiversity and natural heritage.
  • RSPB
    The RSPB's work is driven by a passionate belief that we all have a responsibility to protect birds and the environment. Bird populations reflect the health of the planet on which our future depends.
  • Surfers Against Sewage
    Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) is a UK-based non profit-making organisation campaigning for clean, safe recreational waters, free from sewage effluents, toxic chemicals, marine litter and nuclear waste.
  • Sustainable Development Commission
    The Sustainable Development Commission is the Government's independent watchdog on sustainable development, reporting to the Prime Minister, the First Ministers of Scotland and Wales and the First Minister and Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland. Through advocacy, advice and appraisal, they help put sustainable development at the heart of Government policy.
  • The National Trust
    The National Trust works to preserve and protect the coastline, countryside and buildings of England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
  • The Wildlife Trusts Wales
    The Wildlife Trusts stand up for wildlife; inspire people about the natural world and sustainable living.
  • The Woodland Trust
    The Woodland Trust is the UK's leading charity dedicated solely to the protection of our native woodland heritage.
  • The Woodland Trust Ancient Tree Hunt
    Ancient Tree Hunt and WT site
  • Wales Coastline and Maritime Partnership
    Wales Coastline and Maritime Partnership provides advice to the Welsh Assembly Government on sustainable development issues affecting the coast and seas of Wales as well as facilitating the exchange of information and dissemination of good practice.
  • Wales Environment Link
    Wales Environment Link is the umbrella body for environmental voluntary organisations in Wales.
  • Waste Awareness Wales
    Waste Awareness Wales (WAW) is a Welsh Government funded organisation that delivers communication and behaviour change projects which helps the Welsh public change their waste behaviours and contribute to meeting the Welsh Government’s prevention, reuse and recycling targets set out in the Wales Waste Strategy ‘Towards Zero Waste’. WAW deliver a programme of support for local authorities in their waste communications to help achieve waste targets by encouraging public behaviour change and increased participation in using local authority recycling and other waste services.
  • Waste Watch
    Waste Watch is a leading environmental organisation working to change the way people use the world's natural resources. Their vision is a less wasteful society, and they believe everyone has a part to play in reducing waste and living more sustainably.
  • WRAP Cymru
    The organisation was set up in 2000 to help recycling take off in the UK and to create a market for recycled materials. As understanding grew that 'waste' is actually 'stuff with value' and that wasting resources made no environmental or commercial sense, governments across the UK increased efforts to tackle these issues. Over the last decade, they have helped and continue to help governments devise strategies to deal with these issues through their expertise, research and practical advice.
  • WWF
    WWF is the world's largest and most experienced independent conservation organisation.