Will Henson and Harry Thompson look at the potential implications of the Welsh Government’s Co-operation Agreement with Plaid Cymru.
Dr Jeanette Reis and Louise Dixey call for a rethink of the impact of tourism and its role in carbon reduction.
Gary Newman makes the case for investing in planting trees for timber to reach carbon reduction targets in Wales.
Two years on from our landmark project on renewable energy, Re-energising Wales, the IWA calls for renewed ambition on energy
Ant Pickles argues that Wales needs to adapt if it it to make the most of a currently untapped resource: international tourism.
Following the UK Government Budget and Spending Review, and as scrutiny of the Welsh Government draft budget 2022-23 continues in
Dylan Moore introduces the welsh agenda’s 67th print edition, and urges unity across generational divides.
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Danielle Bragg considers why the industrial decarbonisation of South Wales provides the optimal scenario to develop green skills.
Dr Dan Roberts argues social enterprises have a crucial role in helping transform our economy to face the climate emergency.
Shea Buckland-Jones argues Wales’ responsibility in addressing climate change and deforestation extends beyond its borders.
We’re still not making the connections that matter on climate change, says Future Generations Commissioner for Wales Sophie Howe from COP 26.
One week into the COP26 Summit, Will Henson reflects on the Welsh Government’s recent plan to reach Net Zero.