There are looming and present challenges, to our health, finances and environment. Social breakdown can follow.
We need to work together to handle the challenges successfully. Covid showed that communities are willing and able to do that.
The Penally report shows the difference community makes, contrasting two barracks full of migrants.
The Trafodwn (community discussions) show the brilliant results when opposing views sit down and work things out together.
The Rhwydwaith was set up in May 2020 out of the community support network to deal with Covid in Pembrokeshire. It will work in other counties in Wales, in response to demand.
The organisation is committed to work inclusively in Wales, in the long term interests of nature and people..
Here are reports on its work, its committee, and its members.