Environment Bill Introduced to the National Assembly for Wales

Posted on May 11, 2015 by

The Minister for Natural Resources has introduced the Environment Bill to the National Assembly for Wales.

The Minister launched the Bill on a visit to Greenmeadow Community Farm in Torfaen, which is one of twenty projects being funded by the Nature Fund. The project works to promote sustainable land management and improve habitats for pollinating species across the South Wales Valleys.

The Minister has also launched an animation which provides an overview of the content of the Bill and its aims.

A series of factsheets explaining the changes that the Bill will make can be viewed and downloaded via the Welsh Government’s website. Along side the factsheets are a series of ‘frequently asked questions’ which will be updated as the Bill progresses.
http://gov.wales/environmentbill

The National Assembly for Wales will now begin the process of scrutinising and debating the Bill. You can follow the progress of the Bill through the National Assembly for Wales through the link below:
www.assembly.wales

A central aim of the Bill is the introduction of a new, more integrated, approach to managing our natural resources in a more sustainable way. To find out more about Natural Resource management please click the link below to access our animation.
www.gov.wales/naturalresourcemanagement

For comment on how this relates to community woodlands, look out for the next Llais y Goedwig community woodland policy update, due July 2015.

 

 

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