Stop Climate Chaos

Topic “Wales”

Join the Rio Connection in Wales

Rio Connection

Stop Climate Chaos Cymru is gearing up for The Rio Connection, a week of action across the UK, in the run up to the summit. Between 16-22 June, grassroots networks will be holding Rio-themed events with their elected representatives to connect local, national and global sustainability issues, inspire new people to talk about sustainability and encourage MPs, Welsh Assembly Members and MSPs to sign up to a sustainable future.

Join the African Climate Connection in Wales!

African Climate Connection

26 November - 3 December

During the first week of the UN Climate talks in Durban, South Africa at the end of November, grassroots groups will connect with each other and with the climate talks at African-themed events around the UK.

Lobbying Welsh Candidates Goes Digital

Stop Climate Chaos Cymru has launched a new online tool for lobbying Welsh Assembly Candidates for action on climate change in Wales.

Developed by Cardiff-based digital communications company NativeHQ in partnership with Paperfold Media, this will allow anyone visiting SCCCymru’s website to enter their post-code and find all their regional and constituency candidates’ views on climate change.

Welsh Assembly Candidates asked to Cut Carbon & Create Jobs

With the Welsh Assembly elections coming up in May, Stop Climate Chaos Cymru is running fringe events at 3 party conferences entitled ‘Cutting Carbon – Creating Jobs’. Based on research carried out by Cardiff Business School, these will present affordable Welsh policy solutions to climate change which promote social justice and boost employment.

EU Parliamentary elections question time in Swansea

Stop Climate Chaos Cymru invites you to a question and answer session with some of the candidates for the European Union Parliament elections.

Tuesday 12 May at 7.30pm
The Environment Centre, Pier Street, Swansea (near the Marina)

The planet needs your vote!

Does climate change worry you? Do you want to make your views clear and vote to stop global warming? Join Stop Climate Chaos (SCC) Cymru for a public question and answer meeting at Swansea Environment Centre on Tuesday 12 May from 7.30pm.

Wales can have wind power and wildlife

The UK, and Wales, can greatly increase the number of onshore wind farms built without trashing wildlife.

Climate change affecting Wales's birds now

Climate change is already having a detectable impact on certain species struggling to survive in Wales.

Greener working is the future - RSPB Cymru's response to the consultation on a Green Jobs strategy for Wales

RSPB Cymru has welcomed the Assembly Government's consultation paper on its Green Jobs strategy for Wales. The paper aims to achieve greater efficiency of the country's use of scarce global resources; carbon reduction; and reduced environmental impact.

Cardiff Question Time

On Monday 17th November between 6pm and 9pm, the Cardiff Question Time took place in Cardiff University, Main Building, Park Place, Cardiff. CF10 3AT.

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