Climate action - biodiversity
We rely on a healthy ecosystem of animals, plants and microorganisms, so biodiversity is essential for the processes that support all life on Earth, including humans.
Swansea Council action is led via an Energy and Carbon Management Strategic Plan. This identifies and analyses energy and carbon emissions from the Council's operational service areas and brings together all legislations and policies that relate to energy, carbon management and climate change. It helps all Council services adapt to low carbon ways of working and apply renewable technologies.
We currently sow around 40,000 square metres (almost 10 acres or about 6 football pitches) of wildflowers across approximately 190 sites in Swansea.
Free and low-cost events taking place between April and December in and around Swansea and Gower.
We are fighting the climate and nature emergencies with some new equipment.
CITY communities are enjoying a blaze of colour this summer thanks to the council's popular wildflower planting scheme.
Down to Earth is an award winning social enterprise with a 15 year track record in supporting people to bring about positive change in their lives through meaningful outdoor activity.
A green roof or living roof is a roof which is totally or partially covered with vegetation.
The Council must seek to maintain and enhance biodiversity and promote ecosystem resilience
Find out more about the parks, gardens and nature reserves around Swansea.
Explore the coasts of Gower and Swansea Bay with our walks, parks and nature reserves.
Forty new bus shelters have already been installed at bus stops in Swansea, with more to come in the weeks ahead.