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Better public transport and ‘major reduction’ in emissions plan welcomed by Future Generations Commissioner

A new transport vision for Wales’ future that prioritises public transport and active travel is a positive step towards shifting the nation’s travel habits, says Future Generations Commissioner Sophie Howe.

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Long term plans within Welsh Government essential to improve lives in Wales

Welsh Government must focus on planning for the long term, setting the standard for involving people in the decisions that affect them if they are serious about improving lives, says Future Generations Commissioner Sophie Howe.

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Progress towards the Well-being of Future Generations Act: Overall Findings

This report presents the main findings of my first round of monitoring and assessing exercise, looking back on progress made in 2017/18 by public bodies, and showcasing some of the exciting initiatives taking place

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Young Wales Project debates future trends with Future Generations Commissioner

As 2017 gets under way, it was great to start the new year by meeting with members of the Young Wales Project, a group set up to empower and give a voice to youth groups across Wales.

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#InternationalWomen'sDay: My experience as an apprentice in the FGC office – Hollie Leslie

My experience as an apprentice with the Office for Future Generations Commissioner

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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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Lights out today for a bright future tomorrow

However, one small action as simple as switching off your lights for one hour can help reduce the impacts of climate change on the planet, its wildlife and future generations.

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