Sustainable development cannot be achieved by any organisation or individual working in isolation. We are working hard to help businesses and schools to become more sustainable, and for individuals to embrace sustainable living.



The Daily Mile

The Daily Mile

The Daily Mile helps children get fit by walking or running for 15 minutes a day. It will improve the physical, emotional and social health and well-being of children regardless of age or personal circumstances. 


Maes yr Onn

Well-being resources

A unique building based on the concept of a traditional Welsh longhouse. It incorporates a range of green technologies that include solar photovoltaic panels, biomass boiler, thermal store, rainwater harvesting and battery bank to store surplus energy.


Family riding bikes

Sustainable travel

Sustainable transport includes walking, cycling, using public transport, car sharing and using vehicles that minimise carbon emissions, such as electric, LPG, bio diesel and hybrid cars.


Rhiw Syr Dafydd green flag

Eco schools

The Eco Schools programme helps schools achieve an overall approach to sustainable development & global citizenship.


An eco friendly family

Sustainable you

Some simple steps below to help you lead a more sustainable healthier lifestyle. Remember to take things step by step, you don’t have to do everything at once.


A teacher talking to pupils

ESDGC Teacher Resources

We have developed a selection of resource boxes (toolkits) to help you incorporate ESDGC into the curriculum.


solar panel

Healthy Schools

The Welsh Network of Healthy School Schemes was launched in 1991 to encourage the development of local healthy school schemes within a national framework.



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