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smart energy future for wales

Dyfodol Doethach Ynni ar gyfer Cymru

No Welsh Translation on the Assembly Website – please click here as this may be updated – https://assemblyinbrief.wordpress.com/2016/03/15/a-smarter-energy-future-for-wales/ On 16th March, the National Assembly for Wales will debate the recent Environment and Sustainability Committee report on a Smarter Energy Future for Wales. The report is the culmination of over 12 months work by the Committee, […]

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Pam Gweithredu ar Newid Hinsawdd Materion i WCVA

Mae WCVA yn cyhoeddi ‘blogs’ yn iaith wreiddiol yn unig yn anffodus. Clare Sain-ley-Berry, Head of Environet Cymru at WCVA, talks about Climate Change and what it means to WCVA and the third sector 2 March 2016 saw the final meeting, in its current form, of the Climate Change Commission for Wales. The Commission brings […]

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COP21 – A ddylem ni fod yn dathlu?

Yn dilyn cynhadledd hinsawdd COP ym Mharis llynedd ym mis Tachwedd, cynhaliodd Atal Anhrefn Hinsawdd Cymru a Chanolfan Materion Rhyngwladol Cymru ddadl o dan y teitl ‘COP Da? COP Gwael?’ yn y Deml Heddwch, yng Nghaerdydd ar 27 Ionawr fel cyfle i fyfyrio a chyfosod canlyniad Cytundeb Paris a gofyn y cwestiwn – beth a […]

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Fforwm Twf Werdd Ryngwladol

Apologies – no translation on The Climate Group website Political and economic leaders from around the world shared their collective spirit to capitalize on green growth and deliver on the Paris Agreement goals, at the International Green Growth Forum in Cardiff, UK on March 3rd 2016. Organized by the Welsh Government in collaboration with The […]

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Ymgysylltu a Chymdeithas Sifil

Cred Comisiwn Cymru ar y Newid yn yr Hinsawdd bod ymgysylltu â’r Trydydd sector a chymdeithas sifil yn hollbwysig ar gyfer cyflawni effaith arwyddocaol wrth fynd i’r afael â’r newid yn yr hinsawdd. Dangosodd adroddiad interim y Sgwrs Genedlaethol ar “Y Gymru a Garem”, sgwrs ar ran Cenedlaethau’r dyfodol, bod pobl, pan ofynnwyd iddynt pa […]

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