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Playing our part in the response to climate change

03 November 2021
  • We’re accelerating our work

    With world leaders gathering in Glasgow for COP26 this week, we’re accelerating our work, with the aim of scrutinising and inspiring improvement in climate change action across public services in Wales.

    Today, we have launched a call for evidence at around 50 public bodies across Wales to ask what they are doing to reduce carbon emissions and meet Welsh Government’s 2030 carbon neutral public sector target.

    Public bodies have a key role to play… As well as reducing their own emissions, they can lead by example in the communities they serve. Adrian Crompton, the Auditor General for Wales

    Read the latest in our plans and commitments from the Auditor General for Wales in his latest blog on our work on climate change.