01-31 May/Jul

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.

05-31 May/Jul

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.

02-02 Jun/Aug

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.

09-09 Jun/Sep

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.