This blog was published on the Click on Wales site on September 17th, the original can be read here .
This week we start a new Assembly term with a reshuffled Welsh Government team, with Carl Sargeant taking on responsibility for climate change, on the eve of a UN summit challenging world leaders to cut climate emissions […]
writes Kieran O’Brien from CAFOD
Climate change has an impact upon the lives of billions of people throughout the world. Its effects are wide-reaching and complex. Small-holder farmers in particular are suffering from the impacts of dramatic climate events such as severe storms, drought and flooding; while unpredictable weather patterns have impacted on harvests, preventing farmers […]
Following the latest stark warnings on climate change, it’s now time to focus on our delivery of climate policy in Wales writes Jessica McQuade from WWF Cymru.
Amid all the noise about economic growth, jobs, public sector cuts and energy prices, all of us in Wales would do well to re-engage with the issue of climate […]
by Matt Hemsley
The Climate Change Commission for Wales has consistently highlighted that there is room for improvement in tackling emissions from transport in Wales1, and it is certainly a concern that emissions from transport have increased in recent years.
The transport sector in Wales accounts for around one-fifth of all devolved greenhouse gas emissions, so if […]