Joe Rossiter writes that Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s rollback of key net zero policies will have devastating effects for the UK and Wales
The likely loss of 3,000 jobs at Tata Steel Port Talbot shows how a failure to prepare for the necessities of a just and fair transition to net zero will have devastating effects, writes Joe Rossiter.
Sarah Rees, head of Oxfam Cymru, argues the cost of Wales’ transition to Net Zero should not be shouldered by the poorest in society.
Caitlin Lewis visits woodland creation projects in South East Wales in a bid to discover what factors are limiting the Welsh Government from reaching its tree-planting targets.
Paula Renzel argues that we have to change the way we travel and provide better and cheaper alternatives to using the car as this is essential for the wellbeing of both people and the planet.
Erica Vernon assesses the impact of One Planet Smallholdings and their potential for fostering sustainable ways of living in Wales.
Nesta’s Andy Regan argues that Wales needs to get behind a key technology for net zero homes.
Meriel Harrison argues that Wales must set ambitious Nature Positive targets to reverse the curve of biodiversity loss
Steve Cooper explains how real fibre broadband can help shape our sustainable future and achieve Net Zero targets.