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Businesses and third-sector organisations from across Cardiff are being brought together for a ‘One Planet Cardiff Summit’ to help accelerate the city’s journey to a net-zero future.
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Cardiff Dogs Home has received a £95,000 grant from the National Lottery to support its thriving volunteer project, which currently sees between 30 and 40 new volunteers inducted each week.
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The transformation of a Cardiff allotment site, that two years ago was almost completely hidden behind a wall of brambles and is now home to newly created ‘starter gardens,’ accessible plots, a community garden, orchard, and education space, has won
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People across the UK are being asked to join ‘The Big Help Out’ this week to mark His Majesty The King’s Coronation, but in Cardiff’s parks volunteers have been a ‘big help’ all year – with the number of hours they spend working in the city’s green space
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Cardiff Council's Cabinet has agreed in principle a new report exploring ways in which a road user payment might be reinvested to help build a transport offer which could help the city reduce the harmful effects of air pollution for Cardiff residents, ma
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Lost and stray dogs from across Cardiff will soon be able to live in luxury while they wait to be reunited with their owners or permanently rehomed, after a fundraising campaign spearheaded by local charity the Rescue Hotel
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An expanded bus service with cheaper £1 fares, a new tram network, and enhanced regional links could soon be part of a cleaner, greener, and more modern transport system for Cardiff. Yet these changes may only become possible if a road user payment...
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What is being proposed and why
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Since October last year, a further 30,000 trees have been planted in Cardiff as part of the Coed Caerdydd project.
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An aerial map of trees is helping Cardiff Council reduce the risk of surface water flooding.
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Cardiff Council has cut its direct carbon emissions by 13% since 2019/20 according to a review of its One Planet Cardiff response to the climate emergency, which sets out its updated priorities for action.
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A four-wheel drive mobility service will launch at Parc Cefn Onn next year as work on a £660,000 project to conserve the parks heritage and improve access and facilities for visitors reaches completion.
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A green-fingered gardener working in some of Cardiff’s most loved parks has been named ‘Apprentice of the Year.’
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A flock of endangered Boreray sheep, bred by a fifteen-year-old girl, have been shipped to Flat Holm to help the island’s shrinking colony of lesser black-backed gulls recover.
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Cardiff Dogs Home has been praised by the RSPCA who recognised the standard of kennelling, and the way stray dogs are looked after at the Cardiff Council facility with two PawPrints Awards.
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Thousands of new trees will be planted in Cardiff over the next six months, at more than 150 different locations including parks, green spaces, community hubs, schools and streets.