Month: September 2014

Helping communities protect globally important forests

Helping communities protect globally important forests

Originally posted on WWF UK blog Some of the most precious forests in coastal east Africa are under threat – and with the support of Size of Wales, we’ve been stepping up efforts to save them. The Mijikenda sacred forests or ‘Kayas’ of Kenya’s coast have immense cultural, religious and traditional value. People go to these forests to […]

Introducing our new partner – ZudiGo Ltd

Introducing our new partner – ZudiGo Ltd

This month we say a big welcome to ZudiGo Ltd, a Cardiff based business whose mission is to empower employees to live a pain free lifestyle and create sustainable workforces throughout the globe. “We truly believe that it is every employee’s right to be able to obtain and utilise knowledge that keeps them pain free […]

Smart phones saving forests

Smart phones saving forests

Cymraeg isod Back in 2011, the Wapichan communities of Guyana requested full rights to their traditional lands from the government. They did this by creating a map and management plan, which set out how they would use and care for their forests in a sustainable way, as they have been for generations. One new way […]

Patience rewarded with the enigmatic Owl

Patience rewarded with the enigmatic Owl

Our partners at RSPB update us on the latest news from the Gola Forest.Apologies for lack of Welsh translation The Gola team is defined by its passion and dedication to conserve this unique habitat and the species it hosts, however we should not forget the many supporters without whom none of our work would be […]

Twin with a Ugandan school!

Twin with a Ugandan school!

Cymraeg Isod Interested in making friends on the other side of the world? Does your school want to help protect and sustain tropical forests? Then twin with a school in Uganda. By joining our twinning programme, your school, staff and pupils, will be able to make a connection with their counterparts in a school in […]