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Every household in Wales will be given a free tree to plant as part of the Welsh Government’s commitment to tackle climate change
Every household in Wales will be offered a free tree to plant as part of the Welsh Government’s commitment to tackle climate change, Deputy Minister Lee Waters promised today.
Minister launches ‘Ending Homelessness Action Plan’ with new funding for private rented sector to play their part
The Welsh Government’s commitment to end homelessness will be made clear in the Senedd later today as Climate Change Minister Julie James launches the Ending Homelessness Action Plan.
Welsh Government Minister for Climate Change Julie James has welcomed the appointment of Vicky Robinson as the first Chief Planning Inspector of Planning and Environment Decisions Wales.
Climate Change Minister Julie James has just revealed details of a pilot scheme to tackle the impact second home ownership is having on some Welsh communities.
Beaches across Wales have achieved 100% compliance with high quality bathing water standards for the fourth consecutive year.
Wales – currently ranked third in the world in recycling- upheld its stellar recycling rates last year despite the pandemic, new 2020-21 stats have revealed today.
The first of four regional roadshow being held in Wales to maximise on the momentum of COP26 is being held in North Wales today (Thursday 4 November), focussing on the region’s potential for renewable and green energy
Deputy Minister for Climate Change Lee Waters has announced an additional £150m to retrofit social homes with new technologies and insulation to help curb Wales’ emissions.
First Minister Mark Drakeford will today (Monday 1 November) board a train from Cardiff to Glasgow to join world leaders for the UN Climate Conference in Scotland.
First Minister Mark Drakeford and Climate Change Minister Julie James today called for a ‘decade of action’ to tackle the climate change crisis as they published Net Zero Wales – the next phase in our journey towards a ‘greener, stronger, fairer Wales’.
New data showing the true extent of Wales’ coal tip challenge has been published today as the First Minister of Wales makes a fresh call for the UK Government to invest in coal tip safety and ‘help communities who have already given so much’.
Ambitious plans that set out how the Welsh Government will be investing in infrastructure and working with the private sector to give people in Wales the confidence to make the switch to electric vehicles have been unveiled today.