In a new collaborative project and book, Dr Charlotte Hammond calls attention to the colonial history of the Welsh woollen industry.
A £100 Million Legacy for Wales’s Rich and Diverse Heritage
Baroness Kay Andrews OBE looks back at and celebrates at her time as Chair of the Wales Committee of The National Heritage Lottery Fund.
Shaping A Distinct Wales Brand through SMEs
Llyr ap Gareth presents new research on the role of stories in making Wales’ heritage more accessible, and the role SMEs can play.
A New Mecca: The Story Behind the Temple of Peace
Dr Emma West delves into the history of the Temple of Peace, its legacy, and what it can mean to contemporary visitors.
Wales’ Post Coal Goal
Transitioning away from coal needs the Welsh Government to commit to making tips safe and creating a roadmap for the transition of workers, writes Daniel Therkelsen.
Opencast coal and Climate Change: What will our new government do?
Kelvin Mason calls on the new Welsh Government to stop opencast mining in Wales.
Building hospitals creates far more jobs than building mines.
Dr Richard Denniss says Wales should join with a call for a moratorium on new coal mines.
No coal comfort
Kelvin Mason says it’s time to draw a line under a new coal age.
Thatcher’s certainties are still winning
Geraint Talfan Davies challenges some of the assumptions about the impact of a Prime Minster whose funeral is today