Decision Maker: Plenary - Fourth Assembly, Environment and Sustainability Committee - Fourth Assembly
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Terms of reference
Events, studies and reports highlighted that a sustainable future for agriculture and our environment was by no means certain. Further, aspects of both were especially fragile and had limited resilience to unexpected change.
When it came to agriculture and the natural environment, it was clear to us that we could not realise a sustainable future for one without the other. That is why we believed it was important that we looked at the resilience and sustainability of our land management practices and policies in Wales.
We gathered evidence and analysed the issues that arose before drawing conclusions and making recommendations to help ensure that the Welsh Government was using its policy tools to maximum effect to ensure that our land was managed in a sustainable way.
In order to arrive at this position we addressed three key questions:
In doing so, we wish in particular (though not exclusively) to gather your views on:
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NDM5554 Alun Ffred Jones (Arfon)
To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:
Notes the report of the Environment and Sustainability Committee on its inquiry into Sustainable Land Management, which was laid in the Table Office on 19 May 2014.
The motion was agreed in accordance with Standing Order 12.36.
Publication date: 09/07/2014
Date of decision: 09/07/2014
Decided at meeting: 09/07/2014 - Plenary - Fourth Assembly