Month: June 2015

Cycling three times the height of Snowdon every day for seven days!

Cycling three times the height of Snowdon every day for seven days!

Cymraeg isod This summer one man will take on a challenge of a lifetime and cycle three times the height of Snowdon every day for seven days! Cellan Michael who works for RSPB Cymru will take part in the Haute Route cycling challenge, and is aiming to raise £5,000.00 for the Gola Rainforest project  which is […]

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‘The ecosystem must be left alone. 
In its survival is our survival.’
– Wangari Maathai.

‘The ecosystem must be left alone. In its survival is our survival.’ – Wangari Maathai.

By Rosie MacLeod In Europe, we take access to resources for granted, and environmental degradation is all too easy to ignore. Professor Wangari Maathai (1940-2011), the first East African woman to gain a PhD, grew up in rural Kenya where direct interaction with the raw resources necessary for survival is commonplace. She became aware of […]

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Call for applicants – Fundraiser

Call for applicants – Fundraiser

Size of Wales is looking to employ a Fundraiser on a fixed term or external contract to work with us to build on our current successes. See full details of post here Galw am Geisiadau – Codwr Arian Mae Maint Cymru yn edrych i gyflogi Codwr Arian ar gontract cyfnod penodol neu allanol i weithio […]

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An amazing tale of how Wales helped save a farm from buffalo

An amazing tale of how Wales helped save a farm from buffalo

Orignially posted on WWF blog  “I dreaded the long weary nights…when unwelcome visitors would gate crash into my farm in  their hundreds…rendering all my investments and hard labour under the scorching sun  into waste.” Mr Nurein, a farmer here in Boni-Dodori in northern Kenya, recounts the struggle to maintain his farm in the face of […]

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