Your Responsibility for a Resilient Wales

Resilient Wales Image 2Why do we need a resilient Wales?

Wales faces a number of challenges now and in the future, such
as climate change and the loss of biodiversity. Over 60% of the
species we know about are in decline and many species are in danger
of becoming extinct in Wales so any action you take can make a real
difference.

A healthy natural environment is essential to social and economic
well-being and therefore one of the 7 goals set out in the

Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act
is for A
Resilient Wales, which focuses on the natural environment.

What can you do?

Environet’s ‘Doing
Your Bit for a Resilient Wales’
toolkit
, co-produced with Wildlife Trusts Wales,
sets out easy steps to delivering a Resilient Wales and where to
draw inspiration.

Incorporating nature into your organisation’s premises and
decision-making can be simpler than you think. Remember that,
wherever you are, you are part of an ecosystem, a piece in the
natural landscape, so try to look after what’s next door.

Get Involved

Check out our other resources for more ways to invest in
nature
.

Does your group or organisation want to develop an environmental
project? Environet Cymru can help point you to resources, support
and funding! Email: environet@wcva.org.uk

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