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The First Minister for Wales visited Brecon today to see how a trial digital deposit recycling scheme is working.
A £45 million investment will more than double Wales’ plastic reprocessing capacity and create over 100 new jobs at the former Toyoda Gosei factory in Swansea.
Upcoming agricultural shows this summer will provide more opportunities for discussion and to see the best of rural Wales, Minister for Rural Affairs and North Wales Lesley Griffiths has said.
Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has been hearing about how farm businesses in North Wales have been taking action to tackle the climate and nature emergencies.
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.
The Welsh Government and Cornwall Council have signed an agreement to work closely together on shared areas of interest.
The Welsh Government will co-fund a third round of investment in greener and cleaner innovation through the Ford Low Carbon Vehicle Transformation Fund as part of its response to the climate emergency, Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething, announced today.
- 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
Wales’ new National Forest takes a further step forward today as a new scheme to enable more woodlands to become part of the network is launched.
Wales’ Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething is flying the flag for the nation’s aerospace companies at the Paris Air Show today and is using the visit to encourage companies interested in investing in the UK to make Wales their location of choice.
Modernising and simplifying the processes behind developing infrastructure projects in Wales is at the heart of a new bill laid before the Senedd today (Monday, June 12).
- New £20m SMART Flexible Innovation Support (SMART FIS) programme designed to invest in new cutting-edge research and innovation that will improve people’s lives.
- Supporting organisations to innovate will help create new products and services, improve skills, helping to develop RD&I capability and capacity to support sustainable growth.
- Ministers also launching £10m Circular Economy Fund for Business to support them move towards a circular, net zero carbon economy.