Dan Bristow discusses indicators for the Well-being of Future Generations Bill.
Shea Jones discusses how the Well Being of Future Generations Bill can help tackle fuel poverty in Wales.
Chris Johnes talks of how a bill with grand ambitions has now retreated into familiar territory, but in doing so can focus on areas where beneficial change can be achieved.
Professor Susan Baker discusses new politics and the economics of limits: the future we want and can have.
Llyr Huws Gruffydd says a commitment to children’s rights is lacking in current legislation.
Anne Meikle says there are improvements needed if the Future Generations Bill is going to make a difference.
Llyr Huws Gruffydd says that the Future Generations Bill fails to live up to what was promised.
Anne Meikle assessing the Wellbeing and Future Generations Bill, laid before the Assembly yesterday.
Peter Davies explains how the ‘National Conversation’ has contributed to the Well-Being and Future Generations Bill