Achieving climate justice in a globally responsible Wales We need to see ambitious action towards achieving climate justice here in Wales and across the world. The climate crisis is a justice crisis; with gendered, racial and geographic dimensions which affect millions of global communities. On 16 May, Stop Climate Chaos Cymru hosted an event at
“…To keep the seeds in our own hands is the main thing. Without seeds, being a farmer is not possible…” Salina, small farmer in Bangladesh. The fight for small-scale farmers to control their seeds Seeds are life. They are the most basic tool needed by farmers to produce the food that feeds us all.
On 26th April 2023 Merthyr County Borough Council voted unanimously to refuse an application to continue mining at Ffos Y Fran open cast coal mine until March 2024. Rally against Ffos y Fran coal mine on 26 April 2023 (photo courtesy of Kirsty Luff) Ffos y Fran, near Merthyr, is the UK
Displaying green hearts alongside allies from organisations across the climate movement is a way for Catholics to echo both the cry of the earth and the cry of the poor. Last year, CAFOD supporters mobilised in huge numbers to bring this message to our government and world leaders ahead of COP26. More than one hundred MPs
Climate Cymru is gathering voices from all over Wales and making sure they are heard by the people in power. It is the leading Wales-based campaign focused on COP26, with 230 partner organisations, and growing, from all sectors of society. It’s an important and worthwhile campaign to represent voices from Wales at COP26 this November
What’s happening? Climate Cymru is going on the Climate Cymru Green Tour between the 18th- 26th September! Two electric vehicles will travel around Wales, showcasing projects and telling inspirational stories from communities on the front line of climate change action in Wales. The Climate Cymru Green Tour will take place during the Great Big Green Week, which