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Welsh Government

Leadership Action in the Public Sector

The Welsh Government wants Wales to reduce its greenhouse gases emissions by 3% every year. The public sector is responsible for a relatively small share of the emissions covered by the 3% target, but has a critical role to play in visibly demonstrating leadership on climate change action. Our key asks are • Public sector […]

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Accelerating the Transition to a Low Carbon Economy

If we are to achieve our emissions reduction targets we need to move towards a low carbon future, and reduce our dependency on fossil fuels. Green Growth was identified by the Commission as one of its key priorities to achieve a sustainable Wales, and since 2012 we have hosted a number of roundtable discussions and […]

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Peter Davies, Sustainable Futures Commissioner response to the proposed set of National Well-being Indicators for Wales

There are seven well-being goals set out in the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015. • A Prosperous Wales • A Resilient Wales • A More Equal Wales • A Healthier Wales • A Cohesive Communities • A Wales of Vibrant Culture and Thriving Welsh Language • A Globally Responsible Wales If we are […]

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Blog post from Chair of CCCW – Peter Davies

Looking back to the statements by Rhodri Morgan’s statements as First Minister in the Senedd on 13 February 13th 2007 we can simply change the date by eight years later and repeat in Paris. “Global warming will not be curbed by warm words or by hand wringing; it will only be tackled by action. It is not simply […]

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Consultation | Green Growth Wales – Options for investment support

The Welsh Government want your views on options to accelerate investment in green growth projects. Green growth addresses one of the major challenges facing Wales: how we become more prosperous in environmentally sustainable and socially inclusive ways. This consultation examines what we can do to support investment in this area. The consultation covers options to […]

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