A pilot report on what Welsh people want for the next generation has been launched today.
Around 7,000 people throughout Wales have become involved in identifying wide-ranging environmental, social and economic issues which will impact on the country’s future.
The report is a response to a national conversation started over a year ago by actor Michael Sheen.
He's expected to give a speech to the annual Sustainable Development Charter conference in Cardiff later today.
'The Wales We Want' conversation is similar to a global initiative by the United Nations, designed to meet the aspirations of all citizens.
People were asked what sort of Wales they want for their children and grandchildren.
Responses received have now helped shape the 'Well-being of Future Generations Bill'.
The report highlighted that children need to get the best start in life from very early years – better opportunities with the skills and education.
The survey also showed climate change as the single most important issue facing future generations.
Investment in growing local economies and creating new jobs was also given high priority.
Michael Sheen has described the report as "hugely encouraging”.