stop climate chaos cymru

Wales stands up

This autumn, Wales’ Environment Secretary, Lesley Griffiths will be going to Bonn, Germany, to attend the UN climate conference COP 23. It will be 2 years since the world renowned Paris agreement was made at COP21. A lot has happened since then, and we need solidarity now more than ever to make sure that we’re

COP21 – Should we be celebrating?

Following the COP21 Paris climate conference in November last year, Stop Climate Chaos Cymru and the WCIA hosted a debate ‘Good COP? Bad COP?’ in the Temple of Peace, Cardiff on 27 January as a chance to reflect and synthesise the outcome of the Paris Agreement and ask the question - what does this mean

Chocolate recipes to try

  Try out these delicious Fairtrade chocolate dessert recipes, kindly provided by the Welsh-Italian Chiappa sisters and Masterchef UK semi-finalist Beth Thomas.   Marla’s Chilli Chocolate Pecans  http://thechiappas.com/marlas-chilli-chocolate-pecans/   Emi’s husband Oscar is from Asheville, North Carolina. One Christmas she came home to Wales with these delicious treats that were what can only be described

Where to get your ‘climate change special’

Thank you to all the cafes that are taking part in our campaign to raise awareness of climate change and the Paris climate talks by serving a ‘climate change special’ on their menu. Check the list to find out which cafés are taking part near you! Alpine Coffee Shop, Betws-y-Coed Blue Sky Café, High Street,

SCCC meets Minister over climate change special!

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

Save the Planet – It’s the Only One with Chocolate!

Do you want to help save the world by eating chocolate? Stop Climate Chaos Cymru is running a short project in conjunction with cafes all over Wales. Climate change affects the planet and its people but did you know that it could mean you won't be able to enjoy your favourite chocolate treat? A warmer

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

Women and Climate Change

2015 is a special year for the  Women’s Institute as it celebrates its centenary.  To mark Climate Change week, Ann Jones, Chair of the National Federation of Women’s Institutes-Wales revisits some of the WI’s environmental campaigns and projects and calls on the Welsh public and governments to get behind the urgency of tackling climate change.

Press release from WWF Cymru: Welsh Government climate plans lack detail

Responding to the statement by Carl Sargeant, Minister for Natural Resources, on the Welsh Government’s Climate Change Strategy, Jessica McQuade, WWF Cymru Policy and Advocacy Officer said: “We’re glad that the Minister recognises that Wales is not on track to meet its target of cutting emissions by 40% by 2020 and we welcome his ambition