Shared Learning

Shared learning is at the heart of the SD Charter. We bring together skills, experience and knowledge from organisations from all over Wales to share best practice.

The SD Charter provides the opportunity for shared learning through Events, our Forum and via social media. We strongly encourage shared learning and therefore connect organisations who could benefit from each others expertise.

We are delighted to launch this new page which will provide you with the resources you need to help develop your organisation.

On this page, you will find filmed case studies from other Signatories and a range of case studies from across Wales. You will also find more information in our Support section of the website. This includes toolkits and presentations, relevant reports and useful links. We hope these pages will support you on your SD journey.

If you would like to have any content added to this page or to the Support page, please let us know sdcharter@wales.gsi.gov.uk.

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More videos from SD Charter

St David's Dewi Sant talk about their commitment to SD, bees and their green roof

Llanelli Town Council talk about their commitment to SD (Welsh only)

Pembroke 21C exists to work closely with the whole community to provide a focus for activities that are open to all, in order to encourage pride and community spirit in Pembroke in an environmentally and economically sustainable way.

Gecko is about bringing together great new vibrant, bright eyed and bushy tailed designs with ethical and environmentally friendly sourced and manufactured clothing

CAT is an education and visitor centre demonstrating practical solutions for sustainability.

Since opening their first office in Wales Enterprise has been focused on supporting regional projects as their way of thanking local customers.

Building on 30 years of action, Business in the Community is working to shape a new contract between business and society, in order to secure a fairer society and a more sustainable future.

Carreg Adventure are an Adventure, activity and wedding venue housed in the beautiful Stouthall Manor on the Gower Peninsula in Swansea, key to their business vision is sustainability.

The National Botanic Garden of Wales opened in May 2000 – making us the first national botanic garden to be created in the new millennium. Their mission is to inspire, educate and conserve.

Griffiths is a leading, regional civil engineering and construction contractor. Our approach to sustainability ensures that we minimise negative impacts whilst enhancing the built environment, economy and communities in which we work.

International Bee Research Association was established for the advancement of beekeeping science. It has maintained its position at the heart of bee science and disseminates the findings of the world’s leading bee scientists.

Big Blue Bike is a professional cycle courier service based in Cardiff. They offer a client focused service with a range of delivery options to suit your business.

Melin Homes is a registered social landlord, created in 2007 and they own and manage over 3,500 properties in Blaenau Gwent, Monmouthshire, Torfaen, Newport and Powys.

Ciwdod is a long-term partnership between CMW and the Welsh Government which has run in a number of forms since 2004 dedicated to increasing involvement in Welsh language music making

Case Studies

The Case studies provided on this page give you access to real-life examples of sustainable development in action.

This is just a snapshot of the case studies we have on our site you will find more on our Signatories page