Welsh Government backs 2050 net zero goal

Madeleine Cuff
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Welsh Assembly | Credit: Richard Szwejkowski
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Welsh Assembly | Credit: Richard Szwejkowski

Committee on Climate Change said Wales should target 95 per cent cut in emissions by 2050 - but Welsh government says it would rather go net zero

The Welsh government today announced plans to back a net zero emissions target for 2050, in a bid to make history as the first UK government to go beyond carbon reduction advice from the Committee on Climate...

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