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Clean Growth Strategy: the devil’s in the lack of detail

I’ve been head of climate and energy at WWF-UK since late November 2016. We talked about the Government’s ‘emissions reduction plan’ in my interview for the job; it was late, even then.  It was, at that time, expected before Christmas.  Then ‘early in the new year’, then ‘in the first quarter’ – which could have […]

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Heatmap of a city climate change

Why our homes shouldn’t cost the earth

One in every four pounds spent on heating is wasted by inefficient homes. We could cut the waste and our carbon emissions by fitting insulation. So why isn’t the Government doing more to encourage this simple way to tackle climate change? Energy is a precious resource. We go to extreme lengths to get the gas […]

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A view of the Senedd building in Cardiff Bay climate change

Wales is slipping behind on climate change action – can this government close the ambition gap?

As we launch a new animation all about climate change and why the Welsh Government needs to act urgently and decisively to tackle it, my colleague Jessica McQuade, who is WWF Cymru’s Policy and Advocacy Officer, asks if the new Government can close what she calls the ‘ambition gap’ on climate action. Over the past […]

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