Swansea Environmental Forum’s AGM takes place on Monday 12th October – 7pm at the Environment Centre.
The AGM will be followed by presentations from Natural Resources Wales on the Tawe Trial projects which took place earlier this year. The Tawe Trial aimed to find out how an ecosystems approach for managing our natural resources could be implemented. This approach will mean that resources will be managed in a way that enhances the health of the environment, whilst also providing better benefits for society and the economy. At the evening event, you will be able to find out what was discovered during the Trial and how it is going to influence NRW and Welsh Government.
Swansea Environmental Forum (SEF) is an association of organisations and individuals working together to initiate, develop and co-ordinate environmental action in Swansea. Set-up in 1985, SEF is a fully constituted voluntary group with membership open to individuals and organisations that support its aims and are interested in furthering its work. The Forum recognises that the protection and enhancement of the environment is best achieved by working together in the context of sustainability. The principles of sustainable development are at the heart of the Forum’s work.
Over the past 30 years, SEF has developed several innovative projects including the establishment of the successful Environment Centre, the production of Swansea’s first Environment Strategy and partnership initiatives such as Sustainable Swansea, Low Carbon Swansea and Clear Streams Swansea. The AGM provides a great opportunity to find out what SEF has been up to in the last year.
To find out more about SEF visit: swanseaenvironmentalforum.net