Er i’r Gyfnewidfa Cynaliadwyedd gael ei greu gan Gyngor Cyllido Addysg Uwch Lloegr (CCAULl) yn wreiddiol, mae llawer o wybodaeth ar gael ar y porth hwn ar gyfer pobol sy’n gweithio ar gynaliadwyedd yng Nghymru pu’n ai’n addysg uwch neu’n addysg bellach.
Mae’n safle ar gyfer cydweithwyr mewn gwahanol sefydliadau gael rhannu eu profiadau cynaliadwyedd drwy gyflenwad newyddion bywiog, dyddiadur digwyddiadau, canllawiau arfer dda, canllawiau cryno, adroddiadau, ymchwil, webinarau a fideos.
Mae’r ACPC wedi ymrywmo i yrru’r porth gwybodaeth arloesol hwn ymlaen – gan ei wneud yn berthnasol i’r heriau sy’n cael eu hwynebu gan staff mewn sefydliadau ble bynnag y bont yn y wlad.
Gan fod addysg a’r amgylchedd wedi eu datganoli yng Nghymru, mae Prifysgolion a Cholegau mewn sefyllfa unigryw gyda disgwyliadau gwahanol arnynt o’i gymharu â gweddill y DU. Er mwyn rhoi cymorth iddynt ac er mwyn cefnogi addysg drydyddol yng Nghymru, rydym yn gobeithio creu Partneriaid Cyfnewidfa Cynaliadwyedd Cymreig newydd er mwyn darparu adnoddau a chanllawiau rydych eu hangen.
Mae’r perthnasau newydd a chyffrous hyn wedi’u llunio er mwyn gosod cynaliadwyedd ar y blaen o ran addysg drydyddol yng Nghymru, ac er mwyn darparu’r offer i sefydliadau a’u staff allu gwireddu hyn. Er bod llawer o adnoddau penodol Cymreig ar gael ar y Gyfnewidfa Cynaliadwyedd, carem weld mwy ohonynt.
Dyna pam y byddwn yn parhau i weithio’n galed i hybu cynaliadwyedd o fewn addysg drydyddol dros Gymru gyfan a pham rydym yn cynyddu ein partneriaethau ac adnoddau drwy’r amser.
This Exchange presentation from the “Challenging Connections” EAUC Annual Conference 2015, presented by Coventry University falls under the Learning Teaching &...
This Exchange presentation is from the “Challenging Connections” EAUC Annual Conference 2015, presented by This Exchange presentation is from the “Challenging...
This Exchange presentation is from the “Challenging Connections” EAUC Annual Conference 2015, presented by Salix.
This presentation is from the “Challenging Connections” EAUC Annual Conference 2015, presented by IEMA and falls under the Estates and Operations Stream.
This Exchange presentation is from the “Challenging Connections” EAUC Annual Conference 2015, presented by The Energy Consortium and falls under the Estates and...
This link will direct you to all photos from the Student Sustainability Summit 2015.
This video is a representation of the hundreds of students who came together to take action on sustainability and social justice in March 2015.
Cardiff Metropolitan University present their 2012/13 Sustainability Report in Issuu form.
AUDE's winter 2015 issue includes new £50m state-of-the-art building goes ahead at UWE and first zero carbon Business School in the UK to open at Essex.
Read all about how staff in the EAUC Office celebrated Fairtrade Fortnight 2015 and everything fair trade.
In this EAUC Member Spotlight, see how Aberystwyth University is committed to driving forward sustainability across the whole University.
Legal update for EAUC Members (March 2015) which includes new recycling regulations, climate change reporting in Scotland, landfill tax and ISO 14001 progress.
This MSC/WWF 2015 campaign encourages students to become 'Ocean Heros' to ensureseafood supplies are secured and marine ecosystems are protected for this and future...
A film designed to raise awareness of the negative impacts of industrial biofuels and bioenergy on biodiversity, human rights, food sovereignty and climate change.
The Story of Electronics employs the Story of Stuff style to explore the high-tech revolution's collateral damage.
The Story of Cosmetics, released on July 21st, 2010, examines the pervasive use of toxic chemicals in our everyday personal care products
The Story of Solutions explores how we can move our economy in a more sustainable and just direction, starting with orienting ourselves toward a new goal.
EAUC Member responses to a question about experiences in dealing with unmetered gas supply
The Story of Stuff is a 20-minute, fast-paced, fact-filled look at the underside of our production and consumption patterns.
Dirt! The Movie is an excursion into the realms of soil, the number one lifegiver on Earth...It's fundamentally important ecological functions, our poor understanding of...
SPLC has released its Guidance for Leadership in Sustainable Purchasing v1.0. It provides extensive information on sustainable procurement in several different product categories
This is a film based on the best selling photography book, "The Earth from the Air".
This case study focuses on Leadership for Sustainable Development following research in 2014 into the way the FE sector in Wales is embracing the concept of sustainable...
This case study focuses on Managing Facilities and Estates following research in 2014 into the way the FE sector in Wales is embracing the concept of sustainable development
This case study focuses on A Force for Good - Collaboration, Engagement and ESDGC following research in 2014 into the way the FE sector in Wales is embracing the concept of...
This case study focuses on Links with Business and Local Employers as a result of 2014 research into way the FE sector in Wales is embracing the concept of sustainable development.
A final report from Cynnal Cymru - Sustain Wales from research in 2014 into the way the FE sector in Wales is embracing the concept of sustainable development and turning theory...
Great work is taking place across the hospitality and food service sector to reduce food and packaging waste and recycle more. These case studies highlight examples of good...
Information sheets for suppliers of Hospitality and Food Service businesses on how to reduce waste
This toolkit will help you to reduce food waste, reduce your business costs and reduce your impact on the environment.
How to manage fuel consumption on the road, from the basics to more advanced tips
Cynnal Cymru – Sustain Wales policy which is an over-arching statement that recognises that many of the practical actions consistent with a commitment to the principles of...
This report has emerged from University Educators for Sustainable Development (UE4SD), which is a 3 year European Commission project funded through the Lifelong Learning Programme.
Year on year DEFRA carbon conversion factors
The 2014 Green Gown Awards Winners’ Brochure which explores the journeys all these institutions have taken.
Our DIY food waste audit provides a simple step-by-step guide to measuring your food waste streams, so you can find out where food waste is coming from and put actions in place...
Fairly traded products are focused on securing the rights of workers and producers in developing countries and improving livelihoods
This is a quick guide to help you understand sustainable seafood, as well as provide you with some useful resources
Coffee is the most popular drink in the world, with over 400 billion cups being consumed every year. How can we make sure the coffee we drink is sustainable? This quick guide...
The qualification criteria and requirements of ESOS are not entirely straightforward and many organisations will need to take substantive steps in order to comply.
WRAP has developed a number of case studies showing how FM clients and service providers are taking action to improve their resource efficiency
MAMP investigates the opportunities to improve ‘resource efficiency’ from a range of angles such as cost, waste and carbon and how FM service providers can benefit...
This toolkit provides information, guidance and templates to assist you with realising cost and material savings by improving the resource efficiency of your FM services
Over December 2014 the EAUC created a series of resources to inspire and keep sustainability at the forefront of everyone’s minds during the festive season.
The aim of the project was to build on the lessons learnt from previous projects and further embed sustainable development principles into the new development at the BGLZ.
The aim of the project was simply to produce less waste and use less energy in order to improve the ecological footprint of the College.
Ian is an inspirational and tenacious individual who has produced a step change in sustainability for Hull College. It seems there has been no stone left unturned in the quest...
The NUS/HEA survey has found that 80% of students believe that sustainable development should be actively promoted and incorporated by UK universities
By following the below link, you will be able to find out information about ReEntry, the service delivered by Interface to ensure their products have another life beyond their use.
Mission Zero is Interface's aim to be fully sustainable by 2020. This resource gives you access to the infographic, the "What If" report and the video "There...