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Minister Julie James has today (Monday, January 30) announced a new £50m scheme to bring more empty homes back to life.
Climate Change Minister Julie James has today (Tuesday, January 24) published a consultation on ‘ambitious but credible’ targets for Wales to meet 100% of its electricity needs from renewable sources by 2035.
Minister first-hand visit to see building safety works taking place in Wales as Welsh Government pact with developers picks up pace
Minister Julie James was today (Monday, January 23) invited to see building safety remediation works taking place in Cardiff after 11 major developers signed up to a new Welsh Government pact.
Wales will be introducing a Deposit Return Scheme by 2025, Climate Change Minister Julie James confirmed today (Friday, January 20).
Welsh Government seeks ‘greater access to the countryside for all’ as new members to Brecon Beacons National Park Authority are sworn in
Welsh Government has appointed four new expert members to the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority including from Black, disability and LGBTQi+ backgrounds to ensure its plans ‘represent all voices’ and that action to tackle the climate and nature emergencies is taken ‘in togetherness’
The Minister for Climate Change, Julie James, has responded to the latest agreement that has been reached at COP15 in Montreal.
Minister for Climate Change Julie James has arrived at COP15 biodiversity negotiations in Montreal, Canada, to influence a ‘game-changing’ Global Biodiversity Framework and sign her commitment to accelerate nature recovery in Wales.
Wales will become the first part of the UK to legislate against a thorough list of single-use plastics as the Senedd approves legislation to ban selling unnecessary, disposable products to consumers.
Wales has once again published stellar results for its bathing water quality standards, with 99% compliance reached in 2022.
The biggest change to housing law in Wales for decades has today (Thursday, December 1) come into force, bringing greater transparency and consistency to renting a home.
Households across Wales can collect their tree, free of charge, from tomorrow as part of an ambitious Welsh Government giveaway to tackle the climate and nature emergencies - an initiative called My Tree Our Forest.