Cynnal Connect shared learning & events for 2017


Join us in the New Year for a range of shared learning and networking opportunities designed to connect, inform and inspire.

From our monthly networking lunches combined with our new Well-being Now training to our Business Leadership for Sustainable Development professional training, we offer a range of opportunities to help your business grow.

Highlights of our events are listed below or you can download the Cynnal Connect Jan to Mar 2017.


smart cities


Population growth and resource constraints mean that cities are being driven to provide services in a smarter and more integrated manner that deliver low carbon adaptive solutions.

This event will explore what Smart means now in Cardiff and the emerging themes for policymakers of Smart People need Smart Places: infrastructure and technologies integration; exploiting the economic potential of Smart; financing change and the value of new public-private partnerships/collaborations.

FREE for UK BCSD members

Non members £50.00

10% discount for Cynnal Cymru members. Get in touch for your discount code.

Buy your tickets here.



Join us for the first monthly networking lunch of the year  in our Cardiff Bay, with a fantastic low  carbon lunch provided by Cater Natur.

This event is an opportunity to share your plans for the New Year and connect with organisations and individuals passionate about creating a more sustainable Wales.

Free for newcomers & members | £9.99 non-members

Book your place here. 



11:30 – 12:30 | Cardiff Bay

Includes a our free networking lunch

Recent legislation, unique to Wales under the devolution settlement, has created a framework and opportunity for all sectors and communities.

We can become a low carbon, resource efficient, healthy, well-educated, and enterprising society, thriving within environmental limits.

Book your place now. 




Three speakers, two hours, one topic
2 – 4pm | Cardiff Metropolitan University

Source – Exploring ethical supply chains and the impact of our thirst for coffee on growing communities. How can we consume responsibly?

Society – What are the benefits of coffee to communities?

Ground – Looking at how the waste materials that come from our consumption be minimised or used more productively.

Tickets: £10.00 members | £15:00 non members

Book your tickets now.



Are you responsible for developing the sustainability approach for your organisation? 

Our 12 week course for work-based learners is certified by Cardiff Metropolitan University. This level four course will help you to develop the skills to lead change in your organisation and provides practical support for developing your sustainability strategy and action plan.

Our next course starts in February 2017  and can be arranged to work with your work and personal schedule.

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