Wales made ambitious commitments at COP26, but action is needed on our deforestation footprint to become a globally responsible nation.
Alive at the End of The World
Grace Quantock explores the rise of eco-anxiety and suggests ways we can mitigate it amid growing evidence of the impact of climate change.
Wales Has a Global Responsibility on Deforestation
Shea Buckland-Jones argues Wales’ responsibility in addressing climate change and deforestation extends beyond its borders.
Wales’s nature crisis requires the same attention as the climate crisis
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.
Wales needs trees – so why aren’t we planting any?
Martin Bishop calls for a renewed tree-planting push in Wales.
The loss of Welsh parks
Drew Bennelick says that Welsh parks are under threat.
Catastrophe turned into a work of art
Jan Morris celebrates a remarkable book published in 2010 that explores Welsh landscapes of loss
How Wales is tackling rainforest destruction
Sarah Jenkinson on a project the size of 2 million rugby pitches that is protecting the breath of life