CCCWnews

Welsh Coastal Storms - an assessment of environmental damage by Natural Resources Wales

15 December 2014
In December 2013 and January 2014 significant storm surges and relatively powerful waves in combination with high tides caused considerable disruption along the Welsh coast.
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Climate Change Commission for Wales’ Cardiff Meeting ends 2014 on a positive note.

10 December 2014
Following successful meetings in Aberystwyth in June and Wrexham in September, the CCCW ended a busy year with an enlightening meeting.
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Climate Change Commission for Wales launches its 2014 Annual Report.

4 December 2014
The Commission is rounding off the year with the launch of its Annual Report.  
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An eventful December meeting planned for the Climate Change Commission Wales

26 November 2014
The Climate Change Commission for Wales (CCCW) will be holding its next quarterly meeting at Butetown Community Centre on the 4th December at which their annual report will be launched.
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The development of an energy efficiency strategy for Wales

18 November 2014
Welsh Government are inviting contributions to a call for evidence on energy efficiency as the first stage in the development of a new strategy for Wales.
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Carwyn Jones to host Wales Africa Gold Star Community Awards

4 December 2014
Nominations are now open for the fourth Wales Africa Gold Star Awards, to be hosted by the First Minister for Wales.
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IPCC: Climate change threatens irreversible and dangerous impacts, but options exist to limit its effects

3 November 2014
The IPCC’s latest Synthesis Report, released yesterday (2 November) concludes that human influence on the climate system is clear and growing, with impacts observed on all continents.
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Review of Land Use Climate Change

28 Oct 2014 - Report
An assessment of the evidence base for climate change action in the agriculture, land use and wider food chain sectors in Wales.  
Author(s): ADAS UK Ltd
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Commission welcomes Ministers statement on Climate Change Policy Refresh

23 October 2014
The Climate Change Commission for Wales (CCCW) which is an independent cross-sector, cross-party body providing advice on climate change, welcomes the recent statement by the Minister for
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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.