Day: September 19, 2017

Go Green Day: Turning Wales Green for the World’s Tropical Forests!

Cymraeg isod. Will you be ‘going green’ to show your support for the world’s forests on October 13th? What is Go Green Day? Go Green Day is our annual day of green action where we encourage schools, businesses and community groups to take green action. On this day, all across Wales, schools, offices and community groups […]

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Size of Wales’ Kariba Project helps offset World Economic Forum’s travel emissions

Cymraeg isod.. The World Economic Forum (WEF) is offsetting emissions through projects managed by one of Size of Wales’ partner, South Pole Group. WEF is currently hosting a Sustainable Impact Summit with world leaders from government, business and civil society in New York to develop a ‘multi-stakeholder platform for concerted action on climate change’. They will be […]

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Size of Wales gains support from Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust

Cymraeg isod. Size of Wales has been successful in gaining support from Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust for its forest conservation project in Democratic Republic of Congo, DRC. The Trust, which supports, among others, projects with a focus on “conservation of wildlife and the natural environment”, has agreed to create a match-fund with us to support our DRC project […]

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Volunteer With Us!

Cymraeg isod. Whether you’re looking to gain experience working in the third sector, or you are interested in helping with our work for such important environmental cause, or you’re simply looking for office, fundraising, event, research, comms and/or social media experience for your CV, we have plenty of opportunities to get involved. We have had […]

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Wapichan people launch website to expose growing threats to their forest

Cymraeg isod. Today, the Wapichan people have launched their own website in bid to expose rights violations and threats to their communities and ancestral lands from mining and illegal resource use. Size of Wales have partnered with Forest Peoples Programme (FPP), an international NGO who empower indigenous communities to legally secure land tenure, such as […]

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