Climate Change Commission

The need to prepare for a warming world

There is nothing better to get the blood flowing on a Monday morning than to get a last minute call to join in BBC Radio Wales’ Morning Call debate on whether the recent storms and floods can be bl

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Climate Week - Online Photography Campaign

3 February 2014
The Climate Change Commission for Wales is launching an online photography campaign for Climate Week 2014 to gather people's images of Wales' changing climate and how they are adapting.
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A Clean Revolution - A catalyst for a smarter, better, more prosperous world for all

27 Nov 2013 - Campaign
The Clean Revolution is coordinated by the 
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Climate Change Commission Wales meeting - visual notes

27 Sep 2013 -
On 19/20th September, the Climate Change Commission for Wales held its annual two-day meeting at Tapestri in Swansea. 
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Commission welcomes new members

12 September 2013
This month we welcome Martin Pollard, Sharon Hopkins and Jane Lorimer to the Commission and we will be formally introducing them all at the next Commission
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Community & Third Sector Action on Climate Change

11 September 2013
Communities and third sector organisations play a crucial role in tackling climate change.
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British Public Overwhemingly Supports a Low Carbon UK

26 July 2013
A new report from the Understanding Risk research group at Cardiff University shows that the British public overwhelmingly supports a move away from
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Funky Dragon Announces New Co-chairs

18 July 2013
We are excited to announce Kieran Sawdon and Hannah Pryddych as the new co-chairs of Funky Dragon environment team and look forward to working with them at the Climate Change Commission for Wales.<
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Climate Change Commission for Wales Quarterly Meeting - Leadership in the public sector

6 June 2013
People are invited to attend a meeting of the Climate Change Commission for Wales to watch the Commission discuss its business.
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WCVA - Engaging and Supporting the Third Sector

22 Apr 2013 - Report
As a member of the Climate Change Commission for Wales, WCVA has a responsibility to encourage non-environmental organisations to consider their own impact on climate change, find ways of reducing
Author(s): WCVA
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Pathfinder Programme

A Welsh Government funded programme to support communities to take action on climate change.

Community Energy Wales

Bringing together communities acting on renewable energy and energy efficiency.

Support For Sustainable Living

A scheme designed to bring about long-term changes in behaviour and lifestyle to help reduce Wales’ greenhouse gas emissions and help organisations and communities adapt to the impacts of climate change.