There are simple, cost-effective steps that you can take to do your bit for nature which will also save money, improve staff and volunteer morale, and contribute to healthier and vibrant communities...

The Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 marks a turning point in the sustainable development of Wales. In order to create the Wales we want, organisations need to enhance our natural resources as well as championing people power. To tackle these big issues we've put together some handy resources to help you take positive actions for a more resilient Wales, now and in the future...

The suggestions here are simple to apply and can:

  • Save you money, meeting trustees' responsibilities
  • Save you time to focus on the important aspects of your work
  • Improve staff and volunteer experiences and well-being
  • Increase opportunities to have a wider influence on society
  • Contribute to the delivery of the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015

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Doing Your Bit for a Resilient Wales

There is no doubt that most of us would prefer a workplace with more greenery and a chance to enjoy some space for nature. How do we persuade others though who might be concerned that this is costly, high maintenance and really just a nicety?

Environet's 'Doing Your Bit for a Resilient Wales' toolkit, co-produced with Wildlife Trusts Wales, aims to change these beliefs with research and statistics about the health and well-being benefits of a more nature-friendly workplace, which include reduced sickness and a more productive and creative workforce!

(1) Your Responsibility for a Resilient Wales - What You Can Do
(2) How to Make a Difference - Delivering a Resilient Wales
(3) Easy Steps to Delivering a Resilient Wales
(4) Wildlife in Wales - Where to Draw Inspiration
(5) You are Part of an Ecosystem - Linking with Nature

If you have read our 'Doing Your Bit for a Resilient Wales' toolkit, please take the time to respond to our survey so we can improve this resource.

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Investing In Nature

Environet's 'Investing in Nature' guide helps us look at the negative impacts that we may inadvertently be having on nature and explains the simple, practical but often over-looked actions that we can take to 'Help Wildlife to Thrive'. It also explains how you can influence others and do more across your group or organisation by 'Getting Nature into Your Environmental Policy'.

If you have read our 'Investing in Nature' guide, please take the time to respond to our survey so we can improve this resource.

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Nature in the Workplace

Are you missing out on feeling good? Environet's 'Nature in the Workplace' animation explores the power of nature to deliver well-being in the workplace.