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COVID Recovery

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed deep structural inequalities in our economy and societyย in areas such as work,ย job security,ย food poverty,ย health,ย well-beingย andย racial disparities.

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Future transport in the capital city - guest blog by Councillor Caro Wild

Cardiff is a really exciting place at the moment. We have a young and fast-growing city, with jobs being created, houses being built and a billion pounds worth of regional rail infrastructure on its way. Thereโ€™s a real buzz about the capital city.

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Public bodies in Wales are failing to innovate towards a prosperous Wales

Almost a quarter of people are living in poverty in Wales, only 1% of apprenticeships in Wales are filled by disabled people and future working trends suggest that 65% of jobs at risk of becoming automated are those done by women.

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Cardiff Transport Green Paper

In response to Cardiff Council's Transport Green Paper, published Wednesday, 21 March and the start of a city-wide conversation on big ideas that could shape the future of Cardiff's transport system.

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Future Generations Framework

Theย Well-being of Future Generations Actย requires a new way of thinking about how our public services are delivered in Wales. Public Bodies must work in a way that improves the economic, social, environmental and cultural well-being of Wales.

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Future Generations Commissioner welcomes moves to reduce M4 congestion with public and active travel

The Future Generations Commissioner for Wales has welcomed plans to improve public transport to reduce traffic on the M4- but says more needs to be done to retain the numbers of people working remotely.

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

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?

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Budget shows signs of improvement but is some way off the investment needed to tackle the climate and nature crisis says Future Generations Commissioner for Wales

The Future Generations Commissioner for Wales has welcomed the Welsh Governmentโ€™s budget published yesterday but says the Government is still not comprehensively demonstrating how spending is meeting the climate emergency and how across the board it is shifting its spend towards preventing problems from occurring rather than trying to fix them afterwards.

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Future Generations Commissioner for Wales calls on Local Authorities to divest from fossil fuels

With ยฃ1bn of Pension Funds investment in Wales being spent on fossil fuel based companies, the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales calls on Local Authorities to demonstrate how climate risk is being incorporated into their current and future fund's investment strategy.

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Future Generations Commissioner launches major study into basic income and shorter week

Wales could be the test ground for a pioneering initiative to give citizens a basic income from the government and a shorter working week.

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