Present in our oceans and soils, microplastics are a harmful and pervasive phenomenon. But what can be done in Wales? Kirsty Luff investigates.
Ken Moon discusses the roots of the climate crisis and explains why communities in Wales must stand together for a cleaner future
Derek Walker, Future Generations Commissioner for Wales, outlines his latest strategy, Cymru Can, and explains what needs to be done for Wales to achieve its renewable targets.
Lydia Godden summarises the IWA and Bangor Universities’ open discussion about the economic future plans of The Anglesey Energy Island programme.
Georgie Styles explores how embedding seed sovereignty through localised seed systems can help build a climate resilient food future.
Kaja Brown meets some of the people behind the Black Mountains College in Powys and explores the uses of storytelling against climate change
Rhia Danis looks at the future of climate migration and the impact that this will have on Wales.
Julie Brominicks finds common ground between livestock farmers and environmentalists regarding the climate emergency and biodiversity crisis
Dr Jeanette Reis and Louise Dixey call for a rethink of the impact of tourism and its role in carbon reduction.