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18 October 2016
Lesley Griffiths has outlined a new regionalised response to eliminate bovine TB in Wales as part of the Welsh Government’s refreshed bovine TB Eradication Programme.
14 October 2016
Wales’ Food and Drink industry has received a major boost with confirmation Carmarthen Ham has been awarded European Union Protected Food Name (EUPFN) status.
13 October 2016
Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths today described a vision of a ‘thriving, vibrant, safe, and sustainable seafood industry for Wales’.
12 October 2016
The Welsh Government has welcomed news that Brechfa Forest West Wind Farm in Carmarthenshire has been given consent to connect to the grid.
08 October 2016
Lesley Griffiths, Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs visited Nantycaws today to see for herself the ongoing work to minimise the impacts of the recent oil spill.
06 October 2016
Wales is recycling double the waste it did a decade ago and is exceeding the current statutory recycling target of 58%.
03 October 2016
The Welsh Government will use the full force of the law to protect Wales’ marine natural resources and coastal communities from illegal fishing activity in Welsh waters, Mick Antoniw has said.
01 October 2016
Today (1 October) marks the five year anniversary of the introduction of the Welsh Government’s ground-breaking Single Use Carrier Bag charge.
30 September 2016
Welsh companies have reported around £2million extra business following Welsh Government support to help increase the international recognition of quality Welsh food and drink.
28 September 2016
The Cabinet Secretary for the Environment and Rural Affairs announced an expression of interest window for a £1.5million scheme to support organic farmers and producers will open on 17 October 2016.
26 September 2016
The Cabinet Secretary for the Environment and Rural Affairs is holding talks in Brussels today on how Wales can work with partners in Europe following the UK’s decision to leave the EU.
15 September 2016
Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorer Scouts from across Wales have been congratulated after collecting over 17,600 recyclable items between them.
15 September 2016
A new scheme which has the potential to revolutionise the way we generate and use energy has been awarded £90,000 from the Welsh Government to support the first UK trial.
13 September 2016
A public consultation on how Wales can do better in the management of air and noise pollution has been launched by Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths.
12 September 2016
A new report published at the start of National Recycling Week has uncovered the potential climate change impact of recycling in Wales.
07 September 2016
A national initiative, believed to be the first in the world aimed at encouraging people to help pollinators, including bees and butterflies, will be launched today.
05 September 2016
A new Europe-wide project to help smaller businesses enter the circular economy and operate in a more sustainable and profitable way has kicked off in Wales.
24 August 2016
New provisional figures published today show recycling in Wales continues to increase and is at its highest ever recorded level.
10 August 2016
Lesley Griffiths, today sampled some of North Wales’ finest produce at the Anglesey Show and reassured producers the industry was in a strong position to meet post-Brexit challenges.
01 August 2016
Lesley Griffiths has welcomed a move by the USA Government to publish consultation proposals on the lifting of import restrictions on lamb from Britain.
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