Wales seeks views on post-EU resources policy

The Welsh government says extensive consultation is needed on its new resources policy, given how strongly its environmental framework is tied in it with EU legislation

The consultation suggests Wales could be open to diverging further from the rest of the UK after leaving Brexit. Photograph: Sehenswerk/123RFThe Welsh government is consulting on how it can implement its first national natural resources policy within the context of Brexit.

The consultation, which opened on 14 November, seeks views on how Wales can accelerate green growth by increasing resource efficiency, renewable energy and supporting innovation given the “profound implications” of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.

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