NRW report sets out pathway to a sustainable future for Wales - Natural Resources Wales

Transforming the way we all live our lives is vital if Wales is to address the climate and nature emergencies it faces.

This is the call to action emerging from a milestone report launched by Natural Resources Wales (NRW) today (27 January 2021).

The State of Natural Resources Report 2020 (SoNaRR2020) is the evidence base that assesses how sustainable is the management of natural resources in Wales.

Using the very latest information and research available, it builds upon the findings of the first report published in 2016 whilst taking a fresh look at the challenges facing the Welsh environment now and in the future.

It also sets out an ambition to bridge the gap from where we are now to where we need to be to achieve Wales’ aspirations for sustainable living.

The report explains how the well-being of both people and the planet are intertwined, setting out how Wales could deliver environmental change through transforming the systems we all use to support our lifestyles.

It suggests that redesigning the energy, transport and food systems could help society to live within its environmental capacity and address the pressures causing the nature and climate emergencies.

By re-assessing the individual actions we take, making pro-environmental behaviours the easiest choice, and taking opportunities for systems change through policy development, SoNaRR2020 presents real opportunity for change.

Read more about the report here.

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