Cymraeg isod This summer we are thrilled to be involved with an ambitious project, to create one of the biggest maps of Wales ever! Ok, it may not be the size of Wales but it certainly will be the shape of Wales. Size of Wales are joining Hendrewennol, a fruit farm in the Vale of […]
Cymraeg isod It seems to come around quicker every year, but we at Size HQ are already making plans and starting the build up to Go Green Day 2014. It’s so easy to get involved, simply wear something green on Friday 17 October and donate £2 to protect rainforests around the world. To make Go Green […]
Cymreag isod The last few months have seen highs and lows in the Conkouati-Douli National Park. This biodiversity hotspot is a rare conservation zone with a forest and marine reserve intertwined. The project does a variety of different activities, working with the community to encourage forest and marine protection. Starting with the lows; earlier this […]
Cymraeg isod The children of Wales love rainforests! Our Education Programme has been going brilliantly, with our Education Outreach Officer Nigel Little visiting schools across the country. The demand has been so high that we’ve had to employ another member of the team! Our new Education Outreach Worker will be working across North and Mid […]
Cymraeg isod This summer our very own Nigel Little will be cycling unsupported from Cardiff to Paris to raise funds to help protect tropical forests. A keen cyclist, Nigel is teaming up with Media and Education Officer for Keep Wales Tidy and Aberthaw Centre for Energy and Environment, Rhys Bebb. Nigel spends most of his […]
This month, John Bett dedicates his blog to sharing the exciting results of a bird survey recently conducted in April 2014 in the coastal forests of Boni Dodori in north-east Kenya. Read the full blog.
Originally posted on Comissao Pro Indio blog The indigenous Guarani of the Mata Atlântica are re-connecting with nature and re-learning their traditional ways. This will support the community and their forest. “It’s very important to teach traditional medicine again because many things are being forgotten. I learned from my grandparents, from my uncles and aunts, […]