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Love chocolate?

Love chocolate? Of course we do – and that’s why we’re on a mission to save it.     Today SCCC members met up with the Environment Minister Carl Sargeant over a slice of delicious chocolate cake handmade by Sonya at the wonderful Deli a GoGo – one of the many amazing cafés that are taking part

Wales Climate Action Day / Diwrnod Hinsawdd Cymru

Wales Climate Action Day - Pedal for the Planet The people of Wales care about climate change. Let’s make sure Wales’ voice is heard as we join in the worldwide movement on 28th and 29th November to rally for a better future. Ahead of UN climate change negotiations in Paris (COP21 – the 21st Conference

New term, new Minister, same challenges

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

Climate change hits small-scale farmers from across the globe first and worst

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

Wales takes a world lead on active travel

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,

High profile backing for Welsh ‘future generations’ campaign

Leading figures, including business leader Sir Stuart Rose and environmental champion Jonathon Porritt, have thrown their weight behind a campaign for Wales to be a world pioneer on sustainable development. Today (16 July 2013) an alliance of over 20 organisations publishes its alternative proposal for the Welsh Government’s flagship Sustainable Development Bill. The group says