**** Dir: Bonni Cohen/Jon Shenk (12A, 100mins) Chillingly pertinent thanks to Donald Trump’s wayward presidency, this sequel to climate change documentary An Inconvenient Truth has former almost President of the USA, Al Gore, in winning form highlighting the setbacks and steps forward made in the decade since his original film. Following Gore as he globe-trots, spreading […]
Innovative projects in Cardigan Bay are trying to measure and reduce the impact we have on the Welsh wildlife, but just how successful are they? Marta Montanari investigates. The splash of the water against the boat is the only audible sound as the tourists down below and scientists on the deck of the boat search the […]
This weekend the Wales Tree Festival will be presenting a family friendly event with strong roots firmly planted in a love of all things wood.
Two ‘partners in grime’ (groan) have skipped their way across Swansea on a photographic campaign to highlight environmental and ecological issues. Swansea Met art and design students, Anni Skilton from Monmouth and Ally Birch-Probyn from Rhondda, have spent many months scouring Wales’ second city for skips and dressing up as characters associated with the items […]