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Cardiff University and Penderyn collaborate on geoenvironmental survey There’s something in the water

05/08/2013

Cardiff University and Penderyn collaborate on geoenvironmental survey

Dipper bird Modern-day colliers’ canaries

22/07/2013

Pollutant residues in the eggs of wild song-birds among highest ever found

Prof Steve Ormerod Shaping the future of our environment

07/06/2013

Cardiff academics to chair and advise on Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) Science Development Group

Children with candles Lights out for Earth Hour 2013

20/03/2013

Cardiff to support WWF’s Earth Hour in Wales

Britain’s urban rivers bounce back Britain’s urban rivers bounce back

29/06/2012

Study shows dramatic improvement in water colour and wildlife

landslide Uganda Landslide

29/06/2012

A personal account of this tragic event

Green League 2012 Green League 2012

31/05/2012

University’s environmental and ethical performance recognised

Dr Chris Berry Oldest fossilised forest revealed

29/02/2012

385 million year old forest unearthed in New York

Recognition for endangered species studies Recognition for endangered species studies

15/12/2011

Prestigious research award will extend conservation research

Can Wales change the world? Can Wales change the world?

31/10/2011

Sustainability Week Debate asks what environmental impact a small nation can have

Eleanor Kean Cardiff postgraduate organises parliamentary conference

28/06/2011

Biosciences student gets MPs and Lords discussing environment

Towards ‘The Big Environmental Society’ Towards ‘The Big Environmental Society’

23/03/2011

Registration opens for unique German-British symposium

Dr Rhys Jones and guests Snakes charm guest audience

24/09/2010

Environment Minister among the guests for documentary launch

Cardiff Bay Planning for the Severn Estuary

17/06/2010

Conference to discuss cross border planning issues

Icebergs Climate Change still high on public agenda

11/06/2010

New study reveals public’s attitudes towards climate change

Climate threatens trout and salmon Climate threatens trout and salmon

18/05/2010

Biosciences study shows fish populations at risk

Sustainability and the Humanities Sustainability and the Humanities

14/04/2010

Exploring the cultural and community aspects of sustainability

Creating green jobs Creating green jobs

30/03/2010

University’s low carbon technology research receives cash injection

Challenges of climate change Challenges of climate change

17/03/2010

Sir John Houghton delivers C3W inaugural lecture

Carwyn Jones AM and Vice Chancellor Dr David Grant Counsel General’s Earth insight

30/06/2009

Carwyn Jones AM’s praise for School of Earth and Ocean Sciences

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