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Thousands vote in poll to find the most loved Green Flag Award-winning parks
This month (October 2016) marks the five year anniversary of the introduction of the Single Use Carrier Bag charge in Wales.
North Wales Tourism has gained international recognition for its sustainable environmental practices, becoming the first conference centre in Wales to achieve the Green Key accreditation.
To kick off the new school year, Eco-Schools Wales is focusing on transport – one of eight topics in the programme designed to empower and inspire young people to make positive environmental changes.
Throughout Wales, you'll find us working with community groups, schools, local authorities and more, as a force for change in our villages, towns and cities. You'll find us supporting clean-up programmes and other initiatives, like reducing carbon emissions, improving access and managing waste. It's all part of our mission, to help the people of Wales take responsibility for the local environment.
And if you're ready to roll up your sleeves, you'll discover all kinds of ways to pitch in and make a difference:
Be Involved, Be Proud and Be Tidy with us!
Keeping our coastline ready for visitors, year after year
Every piece of litter removed from the coastal environment is an improvement. Find out how you can help!
Pupils, teachers and communities working for a better environment
Recognises and rewards the best parks and green spaces in the country
Green Key is a voluntary eco-label for facilities that promotes sustainable tourism.
The secure, charitable way to dispose of old electrical equipment
Fancy a challenge? Then the #SplashandDash regatta is for you!
Wales' own army of volunteers, tackling local problems head-on
Celebrating and supporting Wales' amazing volunteers