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Climate Change Minister Julie James has today (Wednesday, May 25) announced £26m to limit the carbon footprint of tourism in Wales, boost biodiversity and improve access to the countryside so all can enjoy its beauty.
“We are in a nature emergency and now, more than ever, we must support our precious wildlife.”
An independent review of flooding events across Wales during the winter of 2020-21 has been launched, the Welsh Government has announced.
“A decent and affordable home is fundamental to the health and wellbeing of everybody.”
The Minister for Climate Change, Julie James, has appointed two new members to the Snowdonia National Park Authority.
Climate Change Minister Julie James has made fresh calls for a UK-wide approach to building safety as she set out the progress Wales has made on repairing building defects in Wales.
Plans to set up a supervisory authority to oversee coal tip safety will ‘ensure people feel safe and secure in their homes’
Climate Change Minister Julie James has today (Thursday, May 12) set out plans to introduce a new law to manage the legacy of centuries of mining in Wales which put ‘community safety at the forefront.’
UK waste from households recycling stats released today show Wales far outperforming other UK nations for at least the tenth year running:
- Wales 56.5%
- Scotland 41.0%
- England 44.0%
- Northern Ireland 49.1%
- UK average 44.4%
Climate Change Minister Julie James has today (Tuesday, May 10) announced the upcoming launch of a consultation on proposed new social housing quality standard for Wales.
The Welsh Government has welcomed the Law Commission’s recommendations to improve coal tip safety in Wales, saying they will help to shape a new law to ensure people living and working near tips feel safe and secure.
Climate Change Minister Julie James has said she will put residents’ voices at the heart of decision-making as she outlined the next steps to ensure people feel safe in their own homes.
A major tidal project off Anglesey will benefit from £31m of funding in what is likely to be the last large grant from the EU’s regional funding programme.