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Da iawn Cymru! Wales named as second best recycling nation in the world

Wales has been named as second in the world for recycling nation in a new study published today.

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Cabinet Secretary ‘out in the field’ to learn about sustainable land management

Climate Change and Rural Affairs Secretary Huw Irranca-Davies has been ‘out in the field’ learning about a world-leading Welsh Government programme responsible for evidence which support policies relating to sustainable food production, mitigating climate change and halt the decline in biodiversity.

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Launch of new legal advisory scheme for leaseholders affected by fire safety issues

The Welsh Government has launched a new leaseholder legal advisory scheme to help support leaseholders in medium and high-rise buildings affected by fire safety issues in Wales.

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Results from world’s first full-town digital deposit return scheme trial are in

Residents and businesses in mid-Wales have helped to create a world-first initiative to by taking part in the trial of a digital deposit return scheme (DDRS).

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New legislation will make Wales a competitive and attractive place for infrastructure projects

New legislation has today (Tuesday, April 16) been passed in the Senedd that will modernise and simplify the process behind developing significant infrastructure projects in Wales.

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Getting workplace recycling sorted

From today (Saturday, April 6), it will become law for all businesses, charities, and public sector organisations to sort their waste for recycling.

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£39m boost for bus passengers in Wales

Deputy Climate Change Minister Lee Waters has today (Friday, March 15) announced that support for the bus industry in Wales will continue with £39m confirmed for the year ahead.

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Winners of Welsh Government’s £750,000 Tidal Lagoon Challenge named

Climate Change Minister Julie James has just announced the successful applicants of the Welsh Government’s £750,000 Tidal Lagoon challenge.

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Network of car clubs will connect rural communities thanks to £1m Welsh Government boost

The Welsh Government will be investing £1m to create a network of car clubs to connect rural communities, Deputy Climate Change Minister Lee Waters announced today.

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Dolphins, voles, bumble bees and salmon all set to benefit from £8.2 million Welsh Government nature boost

Thirty-nine projects across Wales will benefit from £8.2m of Welsh Government nature funding, Climate Change Minister Julie James announced today (Friday, March 8).   

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Deputy Minister maps out next steps for buses in Wales

The next steps to delivering bus reform for Wales have been set out by Deputy Minister for Climate Change, Lee Waters today.