Rhia Danis looks at the future of climate migration and the impact that this will have on Wales.
Woven Histories of Welsh Wool and Slavery
In a new collaborative project and book, Dr Charlotte Hammond calls attention to the colonial history of the Welsh woollen industry.
Upland Welsh Mountain and Carneddau Ponies: Yma o Hyd
Donna Udall details the environmental benefits of Welsh Mountain ponies and advocates for their survival.
Welsh People Want Welsh Media
In turbulent times, Martha O’Brien looks at the rise of Welsh publications and the impact this has on feelings of cultural identity.
How the Mental Health System Discriminates Against Girls and Women
Dr Jen Daffin and Dr Carly Jackson advocate a trauma-informed approach to mental health that moves beyond stigma and gender stereotypes
Car dependency: A Driver of Inequalities & Climate Change
Paula Renzel argues that we have to change the way we travel and provide better and cheaper alternatives to using the car as this is essential for the wellbeing of both people and the planet.
Environmental Angst and Opportunity
Julie Brominicks finds common ground between livestock farmers and environmentalists regarding the climate emergency and biodiversity crisis
Do we need a Wales Libraries Act?
Adam Johannes argues Welsh Government has not shielded libraries from austerity and urges a Wales Libraries Act to stop future budget cuts
Wales’ Role in the War in Yemen
Rhun Dafydd examines Wales’ role in the arms trade fuelling the war in Yemen