The turning tide: a shift towards coastal adaptation
Find out how we're adapting to coastal change in Wales. In this article we introduce the main principles that underpin our management decisions on the Welsh coast
Things are changing at Cwm Ivy. The sea wall has been breached and a new salt marsh is being restored
Cemlyn is a place of big skies; a refuge for wildlife and a sanctuary for those wishing to escape everyday life. But we face a big challenge keeping it that way…
There are few places in Pembrokeshire that feel the power of the sea more than Abereiddi. Here we are working with others to adapt to the inevitable forces of nature.
Find out how we're preparing for the future and some of the challenges associated with climate change. Working towards a healthy, resilient, wildlife rich coastline that future generations can enjoy.
Our shorelines need YOU! Be part of a human chain of coastal guardians around Wales
We're tackling the threats of a changing coastline to safeguard the coastline you love.
Harsh winter storms have changed our coastline dramatically. Nature writer, Patrick Barkham, reflects on these changes with a rare voice of optimism.
Did you know that we care for 133 sections of the Welsh coast, including some absolutely stunning and unspoilt beaches where you can unwind and feel free?