Public Health Wales is one of the 11 organisations which makes up NHS Wales. They are the national public health agency…
Coronavirus has had a significant impact on all countries around the world and Wales. As well as the health risks; jobs are at risk; public finances are at risk; our vulnerable communities are at risk. As we plot a course to recovery and reconstruction, our approach will be based on the same values – a commitment to social, economic and environmental justice – and will embed our obligations to those who follow us alongside those that are living through Covid19, under the Well-Being of Future Generations Act.
The Welsh Government are developing a long term vision for transport. The Wales Transport Strategy will have a role to play towards a greener, more prosperous and equal Wales.
The Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee is undertaking an inquiry into the Covid-19 outbreak in Wales. The inquiry will consider the impact of the outbreak, and its management on sectors under the Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee’s remit, including: culture and the creative industries; heritage; national and community media, including community radio; journalism; and for the purposes of this inquiry, we will also be looking at sport at both grass roots and elite levels.
The Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee has launched a consultation on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the agriculture and fisheries sectors, food supply, animal welfare, climate change and the environment in Wales.