Our core objective is to support Wales’ transition towards a truly sustainable society.
Our use of the Future Generations framework helps us consider preventative and long-term ways of safeguarding our ecosystems, whilst at the same time maximising the ability of our social, cultural and economic systems to respond positively to change.
By working towards the shared objectives of public, private and third-sector stakeholders, we ensure that health is a primary focus of our project delivery, especially where a standard project management approach would ignore the co-benefits to health which can arise from most projects.
We recognise that community underpins a civilised society, and our work strives to underpin the socio-economic rationale behind shared community resources such as libraries, open spaces and safe transport connections within and between different communities.
With our focus on helping organisations implement zero-carbon, environmentally-benign solutions, and our support for local enterprise and procurement, we play our part in the global campaign to reduce carbon emissions and to support the foundational economy in Wales.
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Published: June 10, 2021 - 10:52 am
#Wales, our environmental regulator, has carried out a baseline assessment of protected sites. The results are worrying; the condition of half of them is unknown, and the condition of 30% is unfavourable. Only 1 in 5 of our protected sites is in a favourable ecological condition! You can drill down into the data at https://naturalresources.wales/evidence-and-data/research-and-reports/protected-sites-baseline-assessment-2020/?lang=en #Nature #Environment #Ecology#Sustainability" onerror="this.parentNode.style.display='none'"/>