Welsh Government must provide leadership to protect our marine environments 09/08/2017 ‘The Welsh Government needs to take a stronger lead to safeguard our marine environments for future generations, a National Assembly Committee says. Mike Hedges, Chair of the Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee, launched the report at the National Eisteddfod. The report into the […]
Thanks to Nathan Richardson for the heads up on this. This consultation covers a very wide range of natural resources issues suggesting that Wales may potentially go it alone in a number of areas including on abstraction reform in the absence of a Water Bill plus stronger measures around SUDS (see Chapter 6).
The marine renewable energy industry is bringing increased investment and jobs to Wales and this is demonstrated in a new report from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum & Marine Energy Wales. The new report “Marine Energy in Wales: Investment, Jobs, Supply Chain 2017” highlights the findings of an industry survey carried out by Marine Energy Wales […]
The Marine Conservation Society calls on the National Assembly for Wales to urge the Welsh Government to act upon the globally responsible Wales goal within the Well Being of Future Generations Act (Wales) 2015 and build on the excellent results achieved by the carrier bag charge, by implementing two further actions that would help Wales […]