Guest Blog

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...

#ProudToBeMe by Iestyn Wyn, Stonewall Cymru

25/8/18

This weekend people across Wales will come together to celebrate equality and diversity at Pride Cymru.

#ACEsDecember Putting ACEs front and centre with the Well-being of Future Generations Act

20/12/18

Last week saw the start of my six-month secondment with the Office of the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales. The aim of my time here is to build on some...

#skillsseptember – A Ddylai Robotiad Siarad Cymraeg? (Should robots speak Welsh?)

18/9/18

During the Summer, we hosted our first event at the National Eisteddfod in Cardiff Bay. The subject of debate was, 'Should robots speak Welsh?' Here are the reflections of Meilys...

#SkillsSeptember – Tackling the changing world of work

27/9/18

At Nesta we have spent a lot of time over the last few years thinking about the future of the world of work.

#skillsseptember – To Bacc or not to Bacc?

20/9/18

The deadline for responses to the Welsh Government on the status of the Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification is TODAY and you can find more information here.

#SocialPrescribingJanuary A world-leading study into how green spaces improve our well-being – Amy Mizen

28/1/19

Previous research has suggested that spending time outdoors in natural environments, such as parks and beaches, can help support and promote good mental health and wellbeing.