Devolution has only led to patchy progress in developing relationships with the Welsh business community and things need to start improving, argues Ben Cottam.
To break the disadvantage and distress cycle in our communities we need to start to think of it as a social issue not as a problem for individuals, argue Jen Daffin and Dr Sarah Brown.
Obesity and depression are just a some of the conditions that could be addressed by learning to love our outdoors, writes Rebecca Brough
Welsh academic research excellence has been dependent on EU funding and freedom of movement which could be under threat in a post-Brexit UK, writes Trish D’Souza.
Wales’s biggest community experiment shows that trusting local people to run local services works, writes Chris Johnes
Diversifying the way we offer learning opportunities will be crucial to adapting to the economy of the future, writes Kieron Rees
There are lessons to be learned from the Corbyn era. Moving on from Brexit and cracking down on dissent must be top of the agenda for the new leader, writes Mike Hedges
The Welsh and UK governments will remain at logger-heads for the foreseeable future as Brexit will continue to weaken Welsh Labour, write Professor Dan Wincott and Jac Larner
30% of Wales’s terrestrial mammal species are on the verge of extinction. We risk losing Welsh nature if our response to the climate crisis doesn’t include supporting biodiversity, argues Jessica McQuade.