Great one - again I think this would apply to lots of different areas around Wales, but making sure it has that local feel / understanding - difficult to communicate something at a national level, that sometimes has local aspects to it (and visa versa)
Make information more accessible to stakeholders; NRW currently producing guidance packs.
Are communities aware of the implications where there is a change in policy?
Identify localities where change will have an impact on particular communities and work in advance to engage with community on awareness/education & actions. Learn from other groups across Wales on strategies around engagement.
Examples to date of projects, e.g on Gwent Levels; need to engage with communities more widely on actions required
Alison Neighbour, artist working on sea level rise, how we can bring people together to embody the change. Pilot in Magor in the summer and is in development