How do we tackle climate emergency?
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How do we tackle climate emergency in Wales?

Almost £1bn a year should be set aside by the Welsh Government for tackling climate change, one of its top advisers has urged.

Future Generations Commissioner Sophie Howe said current funding for cutting emissions was "nowhere near enough".

The Welsh Government has been asked to comment.

Last week, Environment Minister Lesley Griffiths announced plans for a legally-binding target for a 95% cut in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, after declaring a climate emergency in May.

BBC Wales Environment Correspondent Steffan Messenger looks at the ideas being discussed such as more public transport, better home insulation, planting trees.

  • 20 Jun 2019
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