Wales plans to overhaul natural resource management

The way in which natural resources are managed in Wales is being changed through better policy integration and regulatory tweaks

Conwy Castle on the north coast of Wales. Photograph: Tomas Marek/123RFSubstantial changes to environmental management practices in Wales have been proposed.

In a wide-ranging consultation published 21 June, the Welsh government is seeking opinions on policies covering the circular economy, drainage and water infrastructure, waste crime and recycling, marine and fisheries management, forestry, land use and diffuse pollution.

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