Wales’ public sector to go carbon neutral

The Welsh government is consulting on plans to decarbonise the public sector by 2030

The Welsh government is looking at how its public sector can achieve carbon neutrality by 2030. Photograph: Sue Martin/123RF

The Welsh government has called for views on how to achieve the ambitious aim of carbon neutrality for the public sector by 2030.

Its call for evidence, released on 5 July, focuses on the target’s feasibility, how it could be delivered, on whether there should be interim targets and, if so, how these should be monitored.

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