Present in our oceans and soils, microplastics are a harmful and pervasive phenomenon. But what can be done in Wales? Kirsty Luff investigates.
Bethany Handley discusses how stories of ‘conquering’ the extremes of our landscapes remain at the heart of Welsh national identity. She calls for more inclusive stories that celebrate our dependence on the natural world and the diversity of our experiences in the outdoors.
Singapore provides a viable economic strategy to embrace if Wales wants to pursue independence.
Calvin Jones calls for an institution to accelerate innovation, in the form of a Future Generations Lab for Wales.
As COP 28 unfolds, Kaja Brown outlines the different ways people can get involved in an upcoming day of action for the climate in Wales.
Rebecca Wilson reflects on why Mrs Roberts Dre failed to cast her, a real Jew, as Mary in Ysgol Cwm-y-Glo’s nativity play.
Ken Moon discusses the roots of the climate crisis and explains why communities in Wales must stand together for a cleaner future
In a challenging landscape for Welsh schools, Finola Wilson warns about rising evidence that pupils’ literacy levels in Wales are falling.
Lydia Godden, the IWA’s Economic Policy and Research Officer, takes a closer look at the Autumn Statement 2023 and its likely impact on the lives of people in Wales.
Matthaus Bridge outlines the problems with the current blue badge application process and shares the stories of those affected.
Dr Huw Evans unpacks two recent cases that have invoked the legal status of freedom of expression in Wales.