The reason for this blog site is both to share as we learn but also to share as others learn. This is the case with two projects at either end of Wales which are currently in full sharing mode! ProfiadNI and Green Routines. ProfiadNI (our experiences) set up by Gwynedd Werdd is holding series of ‘open door events’ across Snowdonia and Gwynedd. The purpose of which is to look at how people have ‘done stuff’ from hydros to solar, efficiency to purchasing. I hope this is the start of sharing culture including experiences, opportunities and how to avoid the pitfalls. I am presenting at the hydro experience day on the 22nd of May at Plas Tan y Bwlch. But this is just one of many’ days
In S Wales from the 18th to the 30th of May kindly funded by Environment Wales and Natural Resources Wales at the National Trusts hydro site at Aberdulais where Awel Aman Tawe are hosing something special…
Awel Aman Tawe’s ‘Green Routines’ Installation is a celebration of hundreds of people’s decisions to cut their carbon emissions. An involving experience with sounds, puppets and audio stories from ordinary people, this installation will excite and inspire – whether you are just beginning to think about being green or whether it is the fundamental principle by which you live.
The installation has been developed and curated by Emily Hinshelwood and Anna Smith. Dan McCallum, Awel Aman Tawe’s manager said “Over 700 people have been involved in this piece of work which is fully bilingual. This demonstrates that people want to do something positive to deal with climate change and are taking actions themselves. This installation seeks to share their experiences so that we can create a world fit for our children.” Green Routines