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Tweet the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales about why nature’s recovery is vital for future generations.

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Share Your Story

What is your vision for a Wales where people and nature thrive together?

What difference would you like to see for nature in Wales?

What are you most concerned about for nature?

 

By submitting a nature story, you’ll be playing an important role in ensuring that nature is high on the agenda for both the Future Generations Commissioner and the Welsh Government.

Tweet for nature

NATURE IN CRISIS

Nature is incredible, it’s what keeps us alive.

But nature is in crisis and we need to act now to stop further loss of wildlife and habitats.

Wales is known for its amazing wildlife and beautiful landscapes, but one in six species in Wales are at risk of extinction. This is shocking.

 

We need to make sure that nature thrives for future generations.

The restoration and protection of nature needs to be a vital part of the Future Generations Commissioner’s new ‘Vision for Wales’.

The People's Platform

You can share your thoughts directly on the People’s Platform.

This process should take no more than 10 minutes and can remain anonymous if you choose. The questions have been split into two sections:

- Experiences of the here and now

- Your concerns for the future

The People's Platform

WHO IS THE FUTURE GENERATIONS COMMISSIONER?

The Commissioner’s role is to be the guardian of future generations. This means helping public bodies and those who make policy in Wales to think about the long-term impact their decisions have.

Sophie Howe took up post as the first Future Generations Commissioner for Wales in early 2016.

She can:

Provide advice to Public Bodies and Public Services Boards

Carry out reviews into how public bodies are taking account of the long-term impact of their decisions

Make recommendations following a review

What is the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act?

In 2015, the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Bill 2015 became an Act of the Assembly - which means it is Welsh Law.

The Act presents an amazing opportunity.

It enshrines in law the principle that we should "act in a manner which seeks to ensure that the needs of the present are met without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs". 

We believe that the Well-being of Future Generations Act is a radical and ground-breaking piece of legislation.

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