Latest Releases

Image
Two brand new outdoor storytelling trails, delivered as part of Cardiff's Child Friendly City programme, will open to the public from Saturday 29 May.
Image
14-year-old Arjen Bhal and 13-year-old Jaden Manns from Lisvane and Grangetown tell us why they’re volunteering with Keep Grangetown Tidy
Image
Pupils at Mount Stuart Primary school are playing their part in Cardiff’s journey towards being carbon neutral by 2030, helping to plant 1,000 trees at the school.
Image
Cardiff residents are being asked to help train as ‘swift surveyors’ to help protect Wales’ diminishing population of swifts, while connecting with nature and their local community.
Image
A series of proposals designed to boost Cardiff's economy and improve the lives of residents as Wales comes out of lockdown have been revealed by Cardiff Council.
Image
"Substantial progress" is being made in Cardiff Council's ‘One Planet Cardiff' response to the climate emergency according to a Cabinet report due to be discussed next week.
Image
The changes to the waste collections arrangements are now starting to bed in with almost all general waste, green bags and food waste collected on the scheduled day of collection.
Image
A series of brand new outdoor storytelling trails located across the city, will begin opening to the public from later this month.
Image
Streets and pavements in two areas of Cardiff will be glyphosate free this year as part of a trial designed to assess the viability of two alternative weed control methods.
Image
Nature in Cardiff will receive a boost this year as more ‘one-cut’ mowing regimes, where the grass is not cut until September are introduced.
Image
Cardiff Council has become the first Welsh local authority to be recognised as a Carbon Literate Organisation by low-carbon charity The Carbon Literacy Trust.
Image
The number of dog thefts in Cardiff has increased significantly during the pandemic and Cardiff Dogs home is appealing to residents to remain vigilant in order to protect their pets.
Image
Thousands of new trees will be planted across Cardiff thanks to a cash boost from Coed Cadw, The Woodland Trust in Wales.
Image
Blackweir Bridge has re-opened following the completion of structural works by Cardiff University, who hold responsibility for maintenance of the bridge over the River Taff, to make it safe.
Image
‘Green walls’ have been installed on two council-owned buildings in Cardiff to improve air quality and biodiversity in areas where there is little or no green space.
Image
19 trees which were temporarily installed on Castle Street last summer are being moved to new permanent homes in Splott Park and Moorland Park.