Guest Blog

Growing with Trees – reconnecting with nature by Nigel Pugh, Woodland Trust

29/6/19

To nurture a tree, is to nurture your own sense of environmental responsibility, whilst reconnecting us to our immediate natural environment, wildlife, nature, and to all future generations.

Meeting Nimrod Wambette during Fairtrade Fortnight Megan Jones-Evans, Deputy Head Girl, Llanfyllin High School, Montgomeryshire

6/6/19

During Fairtrade Fortnight, we, sixth form pupils from Llanfyllin High School were the audience of a Fairtrade assembly ran by Ffion Storer Jones of Montgomeryshire Federation of Young Farmers Club...

Back to the Future with Magor & Undy Walkway Station

5/6/19

When MAGOR was launched on 14th March 2013, the group realised from the outset the enormity of the tasks facing them. The first challenge was to get the walkway concept...

Sea levels are rising and so are they – school strikes and how we could embrace them in our soft infrastructures – Lorena Axinte, Researcher, Sustainable Places Research Institute, Cardiff University

27/3/19

“What role do you think young people could play in shaping Cardiff Capital Region?” I asked twelve of the city region’s leaders and chief executives in my research interviews.

We must act now to avoid a climate catastrophe – Sion Sleep, UpRising Cymru

26/3/19

11 years……. 11 mlynedd……. That’s the amount of time that the intergovernmental panel on climate change have estimated we have to change our ways to prevent a potentially catastrophic global...

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...

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.

The importance of mental health for our future generations

10/10/18

The importance of mental health for our future generations

Promoting well-being and compassion across generations in our communities by Karen Hamer, Mental Health Nurse

4/7/18

I’ve been a Mental Health Nurse for 34 years . Two years ago, I set up a Partnership with Grifithstown Primary School promoting our Initiative of Intergenerational Practice.

New post-grad course takes on Future Generations’ challenges Guest blog by Leighton Andrews

13/6/18

The Well-being of Future Generations Act challenges Welsh public bodies to take action on the biggest threats facing Wales, working collaboratively and taking a partnership approach to support services in...

Places fit for the future by Carole-Anne Davies, Design Commission for Wales

5/4/18 Eurgain Powell

The world recently mourned the loss of one of our greatest scientific minds, Stephen Hawking. A man who famously said, ‘intelligence is the ability to adapt to change’.

TriMet: Transit Agency Takes an Innovative Approach to Sustainability

27/2/18

TriMet provides bus, light rail and commuter rail service in the Portland, Oregon, region, with a service boundary of more than 500 miles (804 km). Our riders use TriMet to...