Archive for the ‘WELSH GOVERNMENT’ Category


Minister Carl Sargeant calls for all actors to unite for “strongest possible agreement” at global climate talks

On 17th September, with just four days to go before The Climate Group’s 7th Climate Week NYC unfolds, the Climate Group hosted a live Twitter Q&A with Carl Sargeant, Minister for Natural Resources, whose low carbon policies are a prime example of the power of non-state actors in contributing to international climate action efforts. During the chat the […]

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Share your views on Ecological Footprint as a well-being indicator for Wales

The Welsh Government has recently published the update of Wales’ Ecological Footprint for 2011 – Ecological Footprint of Wales Report The ecological footprint is a calculation that represents the biologically productive land required to provide the resources to maintain a specific population, based on the consumption rate over a year. It also accounts for the […]

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