Since April 2017, councils, health boards, national parks, fire and rescue services, Welsh Government and national organisations, such as Natural Resources Wales and Sport Wales, have been working towards a collective 345 objectives.

Well-being in Wales: the journey so far’ report outlines what the organisations have said they will do in this first year and provides advice on how they can best demonstrate they are taking effective steps to meet their objectives.

The Auditor General for Wales has published his commentary as a parallel report, Reflecting on Year One: How Have Public Bodies Responded to the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act  2015  on how the 44 public bodies are beginning to respond to their duties under the Well-being of Future Generations Act.

Both reports which collectively provide a snapshot in time of where we are in Wales – one year in – and where we need to go.