• Within the lifetime of a generation Wales comes to use only its fair share of the earth's resources


  • Wales uses less energy and becomes more energy efficient. More energy is produced at a community level close to where it is used and Wales is self-sustaining in renewable energy.

  • Every community enjoys better local environments which contribute to health and wellbeing, and local people are involved to promote low carbon, low waste living as part of a One Planet nation.

  • Wales has a low carbon transport network which promotes access rather than mobility, so that we can enjoy facilities with much less need for single occupancy car travel.

  • The Welsh NHS leads on low carbon and sustainable development best practice and health services that focus on successful outcomes.

  • Wales' actual Ecological Footprint

Supporting indicators:
  • Total Resource Use
  • Greenhouse gas emissions
  • Waste arisings
  • Household waste recycled or composted
  • Mobility