This week, Welsh Government have been hosting Wales Climate Week (2–6 November), marking the original United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP26 date. It’s consisted of free, digital, live broadcasts and interactive events from national and global policy makers, pioneers and innovators, discussing and interrogating the actions for tackling the climate emergency in the context of a global pandemic.
Welsh Government Energy Service have been involved in a series of events throughout the week, culminating in the below video: Team Wales – Achieving net zero through collaboration.
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