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14 December 2017
A new licensing scheme for Mobile Animal Exhibitions (MAEs) in Wales is to be developed, Cabinet Secretary for Energy, Planning and Rural Affairs Lesley Griffiths has confirmed.
 
13 December 2017
A deal for Wales’ fishing industry has been secured that will safeguard Welsh fish stocks, according to Cabinet Secretary for Energy, Planning and Rural Affairs Lesley Griffiths.
 
13 December 2017
A whole Wales approach to tackling nitrate pollution from agriculture and improve water quality.
 
12 December 2017
Measures announced today (Tuesday 12 December) will strengthen animal welfare in Wales, according to Cabinet Secretary for Energy, Planning and Rural Affairs Lesley Griffiths.
 
12 December 2017
Cabinet Secretary for Energy, Planning and Rural Affairs has today announced TB eradication targets for Wales and interim targets for each TB region.
 
08 December 2017
Walkers in North Wales will be able to enjoy even more of our great outdoors after the Minister for Environment opened a new section of the Wales Coast Path.
 
07 December 2017
Wales is making good progress towards its ambitious targets for clean energy.
 
06 December 2017
Minister for Environment, Hannah Blythyn has visited ‘eco-school’ Blaengwrach Primary to congratulate the pupils on their recycling success.
 
05 December 2017
The Welsh Government’s determination to take a lead on tackling air pollution by announcing four measures aimed at improving air quality in Wales.  
 
29 November 2017
Cabinet Secretary for Energy, Planning and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths, has today headed up a call for the UK Government to do more to support onshore wind and solar development.
 
29 November 2017
The Minister for Environment, Hannah Blythyn visited some of North Wales’ most scenic woodland today where she saw up close some of Wales’ oldest trees and one of our rare red squirrel populations.
 
27 November 2017
On the opening day of the Royal Welsh Winter Fair,  Lesley Griffiths will today call on the agriculture industry to focus on turning the challenges of Brexit into opportunities.
 
20 November 2017
Ahead of her first official engagement, Minister for Environment, Hannah Blythyn has spoken about her commitment to work with environmental organisations across Wales.
 
16 November 2017
An important milestone will be reached on Wales’ devolution journey today (Thursday 16 November) with the introduction of a water protocol for England and Wales.
 
03 November 2017
Eight out of 10 Welsh shoppers believe food and drink from Wales is Great Quality, Great Tasting and they would always buy Welsh if the price is right.
 
02 November 2017
The Chief Veterinary Officer for Wales, Christianne Glossop has reminded poultry keepers of the vital importance of effective biosecurity and to remain vigilant for signs of Avian Flu this winter.
 
01 November 2017
Councils in Wales are now able to issue fines for fly-tipping incidents.
 
31 October 2017
New statistics published today show 99% of Welsh bathing water has complied with tough European standards.
 
26 October 2017
A new £250,000 initiative, which aims to improve the skills of people working within the South Wales’ Valleys food industry and raise the profile of careers within the sector, announced today.
 
24 October 2017
Following the identification of bluetongue virus in imported cattle in Scotland and England, the Chief Veterinary Officer for Wales has reminded Welsh farmers of the risks of the disease.
 
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