Viewpoint

Funky Dragon: Viewpoint of a Climate Change Commission Member

16 Oct 2012 - Viewpoint
Hannah Prydderch and Andy O'Callaghan are members of the Climate Change Commission for Wales.
Author(s): Funky Dragon
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Wind energy and justice for disadvantaged communities

29 Jun 2012 - Viewpoint
The latest Viewpoint from Joseph Rowntree Foundation focuses on how local communities can benefits from wind farm developments, and provides an excellent analysis of how such benefits can be used f
Author(s): Joseph Rowntree Foundation
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Early Action Task Force

12 Apr 2012 - Viewpoint
David Robinson is Founder and Senior Adviser to Community Links in East London.
Author(s): David Robinson
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Saving Waste the ‘Plan A’ Way

17 Jan 2012 - Viewpoint
In this viewpoint, Rowland Hill, Corporate Social Responsibility / Sustainability Manager at Marks & Spencer, discusses M&S' Plan A.
Author(s): Marks and Spencer
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Our central organising principle

12 Jan 2012 - Viewpoint
Jane Davidson describes the legislative journey that is putting sustainable development at the heart of the Welsh Government
Author(s): Jane Davidson
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Thinking Green

02 Nov 2011 - Viewpoint
Sherman Cymru has been developing various ways of doing things more sustainably. Here's a great outline of the actions they've taken to help the planet.
Author(s): Sherman Cymru
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Timebanking - A Currency for the Core Economy

08 Aug 2011 - Viewpoint
Ben Dineen, who works for Spice, has written a viewpoint describing the idea behind timebanking and how the concept has caught on in Wales.
Author(s): Ben Dineen
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Making Sense of Sustainable Development

03 Aug 2011 - Viewpoint
Clive Bates discusses the Welsh Government’s decision to make sustainable development is its ‘central organising principle.’ His viewpoint considers the idea of ‘wellbeing’ as an overarching object
Author(s): Clive Bates
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Understanding Wellbeing

08 Jul 2011 - Viewpoint
What is wellbeing? Is it really something we should all be concerned about and most of all, why measure it?
Author(s): Dafydd Thomas
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Pathfinder Programme

A Welsh Government funded programme to support communities to take action on climate change.

Community Energy Wales

Bringing together communities acting on renewable energy and energy efficiency.

Support For Sustainable Living

A scheme designed to bring about long-term changes in behaviour and lifestyle to help reduce Wales’ greenhouse gas emissions and help organisations and communities adapt to the impacts of climate change.