Explore inspiring projects that relate to one or more of the report’s cross-cutting themes or ecosystem chapters.

Aim 1

Case studies coming soon

Aim 2

Case studies coming soon

Aim 3

Barrier free access to the outdoors

Aim 4

Cattle, Carbon and Conservation

Air Quality

The South Wales Industry Cluster (SWIC)

Climate change

Greener Grangetown
Restoring upland peat by vegetation management in Afon Merin catchment
Reducing our impact to tackle climate change
Climate Ready Gwent
Wales’ Blue Carbon offsetting and the climate emergency

Coastal margins

Sands of LIFE
Dynamic Dunescapes
Farming for the Future on Llŷn
Resilcoast project
Sands of LIFE work update from Newborough

Enclosed farmland

Cattle, carbon and conservation
Together we can tackle Agricultural Pollution
Protect your slurry stores… and our environment

Freshwater

LIFE Dee River
Tweed Forum’s Eddleston Water project
The Prosiectslyri Project
Have you ever considered how you might be causing pollution?
Removing the barriers to healthy rivers

Invasive non-native species (INNS)

Right plant, right place
The Pen Llŷn a’r Sarnau Special Area of Conservation biosecurity project

Land use and soils

Nant Pontbren case study
The right advice provides cost-effective slurry solutions for Fishguard Dairy Farmer

Marine

Wales Native Oyster Restoration Project
Seagrass Ocean Rescue case study
Wales Activity Mapping project
A conservation project to restore native oysters in the Milford Haven estuary
25 years since the Sea Empress disaster
The Ecostructure Project
The Unsung Cockle Heroes
Wales’ Blue Carbon offsetting and the climate emergency

Mountain, moorland and heath

National Trust Upper Conwy Catchment Project
Helping pollinators at Cors Caron

Resource efficiency - energy

Wind farms do their part to combat the climate emergency

Semi-natural grassland

Grass is never just grass!
Save our magnificent meadows
Elan Valley Meadows
Farming for the future on the Llyn Peninsula

Urban

The multi award-winning Greener Grangetown project which retro-fitted SUDS to a deprived area in Cardiff
The Swansea green infrastructure strategy which NRW helped develop to guide the sustainable redevelopment of the city centre
A new Garden Village developed around green space by a social housing company near Newport
20 minute neighbourhoods
Flood scheme will reduce flood risk and preserve parks
Public Places: Natural Spaces?

Waste

Joint waste data tracking project
Continuing the fight against fly-tipping during the pandemic

Woodlands

New opportunities for nature...
From clog making to conservation
Traditional management at Penhow Woodlands
Cooperating to save a lichen
The National Forest Exemplar Sites – Why they’re special and how we manage them
Coming home to Welsh soil
Home-Grown Homes project
Purpose and role of the woodland estate

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