News Better Food Britain

Shaping Wales for future generations

The Future Generation Commissioner for Wales wants views on how to shape Wales for the future.

Welsh Assembly, Cardiff Bay. Photo credit: Pixabay

Welsh Assembly, Cardiff Bay. Photo credit: Pixabay

A report on a new Vision for Wales wants people's views on the best way to shape the country for future generations. 

Producing a Future Generations Report is one of my duties in the Well-being of Future Generations Act. Sophie Howe, the Future Generation Commissioner for Wales will advise on improvements public bodies should make to improve the economy, society, environment and culture.

Part of the focus of the report is "better ways to keep people well" to reduce pressure on the NHS. You can contribute your views through the People's Platform.

The report will be published in May 2020.

Published Sunday 9 June 2019

Better Food Britain: We want everyone to be able to enjoy food that is good for our health, produced in a way that supports good livelihoods, reduced waste and greenhouse gas emissions, high animal welfare and restoration of nature. Find out how.

Latest related news

Support our campaign

Your donation will help our work in fighting for a better food Britain following Brexit.


The Green House
244-254 Cambridge Heath Road
London E2 9DA

020 3559 6777

Sustain advocates food and agriculture policies and practices that enhance the health and welfare of people and animals, improve the working and living environment, promote equity and enrich society and culture.

© Sustain 2024
Registered charity (no. 1018643)
Data privacy & cookies