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Events in Wales
Environment Agency Wales works closely with many other organisations and individuals to protect and improve the Welsh environment.
There are projects and partnerships which may run for years, but also events which mark a step forward, build links with other organisations, or give us an opportunity to share knowledge with others.
National Eisteddfod of Wales 2004
Visitors to this year’s National Eisteddfod at Tredegar Park, Newport were asked to sign the pledge!
Environment Agency Wales Water Festival
A popular annual event which takes place at Canolfan Tryweryn, giving local school children the chance to take advantage of the facilities and learn about the work we do.
Chairman's Visit to South West Wales
On Thursday 22nd July 2004 Sir John Harman, Chairman of the Environment Agency, paid a visit to South Wales.
The visit focused on economic development in the Swansea area. He also hosted a dinner of key stakeholders.
Royal Welsh Show 2004
The Royal Welsh Show 2004 was an invaluable opportunity for Environment Agency Wales to meet people, share information and publicise our work.
International Sea Trout Symposium, Cardiff, July 6-8th 2004.
The Symposium , sponsored by the Atlantic Salmon Trust Ltd., CEFAS, the Environment Agency and the Salmon & Trout Association, was arranged to review and communicate recent advances in scientific understanding and options for sea trout management world wide.
What do you get when you put 2,500 schoolchildren, some tents and a selection of the leading green organisations in a field? ECOFUN 2004!
World Environment Day in Wales
World Environment Day was on 5th June 2004, and Wales was doing its bit to mark the occasion.
A New Office for South West Area - Maes Newydd
On 14th May 2004 Carwyn Jones, the Welsh Assembly Government’s Minister for the Environment, Planning and the Countryside, officially opened the new South West Area Office of Environment Agency Wales at Llandarcy.
Environment Agency Wales and the Coed Cymru Partnership
Environment Agency Wales has joined the Coed Cymru Partnership as it enters a new stage in its campaign to help Wales make the best of its woodlands.
Environment Agency Board Meeting, 24 March 2004, St David’s Hall, Cardiff
The Board of the Environment Agency is accountable to Ministers for the Agency’s organisation and performance. Opening Board meetings to public observation adds, we believe, to the transparency of decision-making in the Agency.
Cardiff Conference of the Regional Government Network for Sustainable Development (nrg4SD)
The Network gives regional Governments from all over the world an opportunity to share ideas and experiences and make their voices heard on a global stage.
Sustainable Construction Conference 2004
Environment Agency Wales co-sponsored a Sustainable Construction Conference in Cardiff, aiming to highlight the environmental implications of construction and demolition activities.
Helen Phillips Speech at ‘Securing the Future’
Helen Phillips Speech at ‘Securing the Future’, Celebrating 21 years of the Wales Co-operative Centre.
Speech by Steve Moore - Hazardous Waste Mangement in Crisis
We can all look back to the fridges fiasco of last year, and wince a little. But that will seem as nothing compared to the challenge that hazardous waste presents us with
Wales Office, 'Cambria House'
On Wednesday October 30th 2002, Welsh Assembly Government Minister for Environment Sue Essex officially opened the Environment Agency’s new Wales Office.
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