THE CHANGING NATURE OF WORK | INSIGHT, ACTIONS & INSPIRATION
Following our fifth annual Sustain Wales Summit on 11 June 2020, here is a list of relevant information and positive actions you can take forward:
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WELLBEING OF FUTURE GENERATIONS
Information and resources from the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales
- Cardiff Council plans to safely reopen Cardiff – The strategic plan and an accompanying Council report will go to Cardiff Council’s Cabinet for discussion on Thursday, June 11. The full document is available to read
- Read the article from Helen Westhead, Arup: ‘Decarbonised and Inclusive Mobility in a Post-pandemic World’
- Show your commitment to healthier and more sustainable forms of transport, by publicly signing a Healthy Travel Charter.
Cardiff Metropolitan University – 20Twenty Business Growth and Leadership Course
FSB – Reopening Wales
DEFORESTATION AND SUPPLY CHAINS
- Size of Wales – Support a unique Welsh charity, sign up to the newsletter here
- Client Earth – Tackling the UK’s deforestation footprint through due diligence laws
CARBON EMISSIONS REDUCTION
- Cynnal Cymru is proud to be recognised as the first Carbon Literacy Training Organisation in Wales providing facilitated learning to help you accelerate action on climate change. Join over 14,000 individuals in becoming Carbon Literate as part of the Carbon Literacy Project.
- Centre for Alternative Technology – Zero Carbon Britain Resources and Training
- BITC Waste to Wealth Commitment
- Net Zero must be at the heart of the business response to restoring the health of nature – read BITC’s blog post and recommended actions for business.
FAIR WORK AND LIVING WAGES
- TUC – A Green Recovery and a Just Transition
- Find out about the Living Wage Foundation, the organisation at the heart of the independent movement of businesses and people that campaign for the idea that a hard day’s work deserves a fair day’s pay
- Become an accredited Living Wage employer in Wales
We would like to continue the summit series with more sessions on the theme of Changing how we work. Our ideas are below. If you are interested in speaking or if you have any suggestions for other topics or focus areas please get in contact with sarah @ cynnalcymru.com.
- Fair Work and a Just Transition
- Community investment and social mobility
- Business and biodiversity
- Setting targets and measuring impact
- Sustainable procurement and supply chains
- Reducing waste and the circular economy
Since 2002, Cynnal Cymru has championed sustainable development and provided a platform to debate and mobilise action for a just, prosperous and low carbon Wales. We are an independent charity and we with our Members and partners to bring together like-minds to help support our cause.
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