Claudia Allen and Siôn Sleep argue that Wales can lead the shift to sustainable agriculture while recognising its proud heritage.
Greening our workplaces, bio-corridors and biodiversity action plans need to compliment a green new deal, writes Robert Chapman.
Representative democracy has failed to address the climate and ecological crisis. A Welsh Citizens’ Assembly is the radical answer, says Dr Rhian Barrance.
Manon Roberts on the importance of investing in a climate-friendly economy and society.
Aaron Hill believes that the social housing sector is uniquely placed to deal with the next Assembly’s priorities.
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.
Retrofitting, an upskilled construction workforce and a rigorous inspection regime can ensure that our housing stock is fit for a zero-carbon future, writes Mike Hedges.
Sophie Howe argues that although it contains commendable points, this cannot be called a budget suitable for future generations.
Robert Chapman argues that businesses in Wales need to collaborate to achieve a truly meaningful, ambitious, Climate Change Commitment for Wales.