• Event Time 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
  • Event Start Date March 4, 2020

Since devolution, Wales has become a global leader in recycling. Every household has played its part, showing how small steps can lead to fundamental change. It’s now a part of who we are, embedded in the culture of 21st century Wales. Recycling is what we do.

How we manage our waste and the resources we use has become even more crucial; the need to tackle climate change has become the single greatest challenge of our time; awareness of the impact of what we buy and the waste we generate is growing; economic opportunities for more environmentally-friendly solutions are rapidly expanding

Making Wales a greener, more equal, and more prosperous country is what as a Government we are working to deliver. Within this strategy, the objectives of zero waste, zero net carbon and living within the planet’s resources come together. As a nation we value our environment and are mindful of our impact on the wider world. We have a duty to future generations that we must discharge.

Welsh Government would like to have your views on our strategy to make a low carbon, zero waste Wales that uses a fair share of resources.

https://gov.wales/circular-economy-strategy

Welsh Government have set out some ideas – but they need your thoughts too.

Do you have a great idea you would be willing to share?  If so, Welsh Government are holding some consultation events in Haverfordwest and Narberth on 4 and 5 March.

Register to attend by clicking on the relevant link below.

Community Event – 4 March, 18:00-19:30 (The Green Shed, Haverfordwest)

https://tocyn.cymru/en/event/33b8794c-831a-4457-b700-b9d319df1580

Engagement Event – 5 March, 12:30-16:30 (Bloomfield Community Centre, Narberth)

https://tocyn.cymru/en/event/b99cee9e-15ed-4569-a801-1a851dbe95fd