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A number of singles use plastics have been banned from being supplied in Wales today (Monday, October 30).
Last year, as part of the wider commitment to end homelessness in Wales, the Welsh Government announced a number of steps to support people in social rented accommodation as part of an agreement with local authorities and Registered Social Landlords.
Details of a £4.6m programme to reduce flood risk using nature-based solutions have been published today, delivering towards a Programme for Government commitment (Wednesday, October 25).
‘Bold and progressive’ new standard will see the biggest changes to social housing in more than 20 years
Climate Change Minister Julie James has today (Tuesday, October 24) introduced a new Welsh Housing Quality Standard (WHQS) which will see the biggest changes to social housing standards in more than 20 years.
From indoor market stalls and shopping arcades to a museum and state-of-the-art leisure centre, Climate Change Minister Julie James has seen first-hand how £17m of Transforming Towns funding has been put to use in Newport.
Ambitious plans to end homelessness in Wales will move forward today when key details of policy and legislative reform are introduced to the Senedd.
There is one month to go before a number of single use plastic items will be banned from being sold across Wales.
Celebrating one year of the £76m programme that is helping to ensure ‘everyone has a place to call home’.
Climate Change Minister Julie James has visited a Cardiff site that will soon host homes for more than 150 families.
A successful, community-owned renewable energy company was the perfect location for Climate Change Minister Julie James and Plaid Cymru’s Designated Member Siân Gwenllian to launch Ynni Cymru – a new, a publicly-owned energy company for Wales.
Climate Change Minister Julie James visited Ramsey and Grassholm Island today off the coast of Pembrokeshire to assess the scale of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) which is affecting wild sea bird colonies around the UK.
- New limit on emissions confirmed for power sector, energy intensive industries and aviation, from 2024
- Emissions cap will be expanded to more UK sectors - domestic maritime transport and waste – driving forward the UK’s position as a world-leader in decarbonisation
- Gradual transition for industries as they take the next step to decarbonise, with changes phased and measured
“The wealth of knowledge and expertise throughout these states and regions is huge and gives me hope we can fight against climate change and set the global path to zero emissions by 2050.”