February 2021

Porth Amlwch Watch House lit up again

GeoMon Geopark is grateful to Dean McIntosh who for providing and fitting the lamp in the Watch House Tower, restoring it to its... Read More

UN Report “Making peace with nature”

The United Nations released a report Thursday on the health of the planet that proposes a radical shift in the way mankind thinks... Read More

Project Time

Project TIME will be using innovative sampling and measurement methods to produce hundreds of new radiocarbon measurements from sites dating to the period... Read More

New Wales farming pollution rules ‘compel industry to change’

New rules on rural pollution are being introduced on 1 April to tackle river pollution are designed to have a “significant and ongoing”... Read More

Guidelines for geoconservation in protected and conserved areas

Recently published, this guidance recognises the importance of effective means of protecting geoheritage, World Heritage Sites and Geoparks, the latter an expanding global... Read More

New Biodiversity Plan to help tackle climate change

A newly announced Biodiversity Plan will help the County Council respond to the impacts of climate change. In September 2020, Anglesey formally declared... Read More

Climate change: New targets to eliminate Wales’ gases

New targets to eliminate the gases driving climate change from Wales’ economy and way of life are to become law. The Welsh Government... Read More

The Earth Project features Welsh Geodiversity

This month’s special feature is a photographic tour of the Geodiversity of Wales showcasing some of the most spectacular geological sites in Wales... Read More

Hidden seascapes around the geopark

Dr Michael Roberts, one of the Geopark trustees, is heading a project by Bangor University using subsea survey devices. Their website has a... Read More

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