Does your group or organisation want to develop an environmental project? Environet Cymru can help point you to resources, support and funding!
Environet Cymru is a Welsh Government
programme working to support any community group
or third sector organisation wanting to start or
develop an environmental project. We offer a
telephone help and information service and can
signpost you to resources to help you start or
strengthen environmental activities.
Why develop an environmental project?
There are many reasons that people start environmental
projects - to conserve wildlife; to
create or improve local green spaces, to
reduce energy bills or to engage
more with nature. Often these projects bring
significant benefits to skills, well-being and
community cohesion - as well as to an
organisation's bank balance. These projects will also help Wales
towards its second
Well-Being Goal - A Resilient Wales with healthy
functional ecosystems and the capacity to
adapt to change.
Making Space For Nature
Organisation Tackling Climate
Who is Environet Cymru for?
Environet Cymru is here to support the staff, volunteers and
trustees of any community group or third sector organisation in
Wales that wants to start an environmental project or to develop an
existing project further.
What's on offer?
Communities and third sector bodies already play a key role in
raising awareness about, and taking action on, some of our most
pressing environmental challenges such as climate change, species
loss and unsustainable resource use. They also form a fantastic
resource of knowledge, ideas and learning that can help inspire and
support others to develop environmental activities too.
Get in touch:
Environet Cymru aims to share and promote this learning through
networking, regional events and online and telephone support.
Together, even small actions, with the right advice and support,
can have a huge impact so please get involved today! If you've got
a specific idea for an environmental
project that you would like to start or to find
partners, resources and funding
for, then please get in touch. We'd love to hear from
you! Email: email@example.com