Carmarthenshire Environment News

Works continues to remove trees affected by ash dieback disease in Carmarthenshire

Work is continuing throughout Carmarthenshire to remove council owned diseased ash trees affecting the highway. Specialist contractors have recently been carrying out felling works throughout the night on the A4138 Hendy link road to remove dead and dying trees that pose a risk to road users and pedestrians. Ash dieback is a fungal disease, it […]

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Climate Environment News

Majority of smaller businesses in Wales don’t understand ‘carbon jargon’, new British Business Bank research reveals

Three quarters (75%) of smaller Welsh businesses don’t understand how the term ‘Net Zero’ applies to them The majority of smaller businesses[1] in Wales don’t understand how common environmental terms such as ‘net zero’, ‘carbon neutral’ and ‘carbon footprint’ apply to their businesses, according to new research commissioned by the British Business Bank. The Opinium […]

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