The latest stats on train use in #Wales show the biggest-ever increase https://gov.wales/sites/default/files/statistics-and-research/2020-02/rail-station-usage-april-2018-march-2019-672.pdf
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Superb job opportunity for a sustainability professional in #Wales https://bronafon.current-vacancies.com/Jobs/Advert/1881241?cid=1840&s=False&t=Sustainability-And-Environmental-Manager&l=Cwmbran
This is a very useful contribution to the debate around urban trees https://provocations.darkmatterlabs.org/trees-as-infrastructure-1dd94e1cfedf?gi=11ddb6ccba85
We recognise many of the challenges for small business highlighted in this report by the Senedd Committee for Economy, Infrastructure and Skills.
Still plenty for public bodies to do to enable #Wales-based small businesses to effectively access public procurement 🏋
A slap on the wrist for #WelshGovernment for not paying due regard to the #ClimateEmergency in its new budget https://www.assembly.wales/en/newhome/pages/newsitem.aspx?itemid=2068&assembly=5
Hi #WelshGovernment, it might be helpful if your press release could say whether the 0.7% recorded drop in Welsh speakers was statistically significant or not (i.e. is it an expected deviation due to sampling etc?)
The chief statistician's blog post of March 2019 is not terribly helpful in this regard either https://digitalanddata.blog.gov.wales/2019/03/27/chief-statisticians-update-a-discussion-about-the-welsh-language-data-from-the-annual-population-survey/
Professor Calvin Jones of Cardiff Business School writes on why a Green New Deal is insufficient to save our planet
We're highlighting the new International Strategy for #Wales here - on the face of it, there is some interesting content.🌍🏴 https://gov.wales/sites/default/files/publications/2020-01/international-strategy-for-wales.pdf
Highlighted sectors include semiconductors, the creative sector and cybersecurity. We're really pleased to see such an emphasis on being a globally responsible country. More feedback to come later, pending availability to do a deep dive!
"Composition analysis of litter waste in #Wales"
Sure, this looks pretty niche, but doubtless helpful to some of you. And it's the first report we've seen which uses the word 'putrescibles' 🙌
Go on, get stuck in to 90 pages of heavy analysis ♻️🚮🔍🕵️🕵️👇
Fancy knowing more about how the new National Development Framework will be progressing? 🤓🤔🏴
We thought so - here's the Welsh Government primer 😇👇
In case you haven't had the chance to read through the Welsh National Marine Plan yet, Welsh Government have produced an easy-to-read version ✅📖🦐🦞🐬🌊🏴
3 upcoming and important consultations for Wales :
👉 Circular economy strategy https://gov.wales/circular-economy-strategy
👉 Part L regulations https://gov.wales/building-regulations-part-l-review-0
Recommended reading for anyone with an interest in sustainability generally - we often forget about this crucial part of the biosphere
Our sincere thanks to the principal researchers, Claire Stewart and Emily Williams, and to NERC (Natural Environment Research Council) which supported the research
A Partnership for Future Generations 🌱🌻
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