News & Media Releases

The Scharmer U Theory and the Development of Welsh Education (for Adults in the Community) – Dafydd Rhys, Adult Learning Wales

2/11/18

The late and pioneering Arfon Rhys is to be thanked for introducing me to the Scharmer U Theory in 2007. Broadly speaking, this theory of ‘change’ states that individuals, who...

#TransportOctober Roqib Monsur nextbike Ambassador explains why cycling is the best way to get around Cardiff

1/11/18

Since the bike-sharing scheme launched in Cardiff earlier this year, I was one of the people that took advantage of the scheme and began travelling using the nextbike for my...

#TransportOctober The “joy” of electric cars in rural Wales by Neil Lewis

30/10/18

My wife and I drove UP to the Farm Shop for breakfast in Cross Hands- half the charge had gone-will we be able to get home.... What have I done?

#TransportOctober Community Transport and Future Generations – Llyr ap Gareth, Community Transport Association UK

26/10/18

The international community faces huge challenges of climate change and dwindling resources. The Well-being of Future Generations Act (Wales) argues that if we hope to tackle those big questions, engaging...

#TransportOctober How we are progressing – It is time to switch to Ultra Low Emission Vehicles (ULEVs)

25/10/18 Sang-Jin Park

Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. It is a common phrase that we use in our office where the second-hand office furniture and ‘no plastic cup’ signs welcome visitors.

This must be a budget that reflects the requirements of the Well-being of Future Generations Act

24/10/18 Sophie Howe

In response to the Welsh Government’s detailed draft budget published today, Sophie Howe, Future Generations Commissioner for Wales said:

We need to change the system to deliver skills for the future – David Hagendyk, Learning Work Institute

24/10/18

There’s no shortage of debate and analysis about the future skills needs of modern economies.

Tough times call for bold decisions on preventative spend

10/10/18 Sophie Howe

In response to the Welsh Local Government Association (WLGA) warning that Welsh councils are at a financial breaking point, Sophie Howe, Future Generations Commissioner for Wales said.

The importance of mental health for our future generations

10/10/18

The importance of mental health for our future generations

Our approach to reviewing public bodies’ annual reports

8/10/18 Sophie Howe

How do you find out where organisations are on their journey of cultural change?

Public bodies in Wales can make a simple change to reduce use of plastic

5/10/18 Sophie Howe

n response to a 48% rise in the purchase of disposable plastic straws by Welsh public bodies over the past five years, Sophie Howe, Future Generations Commissioner for Wales said:

Future Generations Commissioner for Wales on the search for a Poet in Residence

4/10/18 Sophie Howe

In collaboration with Literature Wales, the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales is proud to announce it is looking for a Future Generations Resident Poet; a new and exciting opportunity for...