We are the UK Government’s independent adviser on sustainable development. Through advocacy, advice and
appraisal, we help put sustainable development at the heart of Government policy

January 2011

CDC Cymru yn dod ag arbenigwyr ynghyd i drafod lleoedd ac isadeiledd cynaliadwy
Daeth y Comisiwn ag amrywiaeth o gynrychiolwyr o fudiadau Cymreig ynghyd mewn dau ddigwyddiad ‘bwrdd crwn’ pellach, er mwyn hysbysu cyngor y Comisiwn i Lywodraeth y Cynulliad.

Draft Zero Waste Regulation built on SDC Scotland report
SDC Scotland is very pleased to see the draft Regulation to deliver Zero Waste taking forward many of the commission’s proposals. Consultation on the draft closes on 28th February.

Ministers Confirm Withdrawal of SDC NI Funding
Commenting on the announcement by the Office of the First and Deputy First Minister that the Sustainable Development Commission in Northern Ireland will receive no further funding from 31 March 2011, Head of the SDC in Northern Ireland Jim Kitchen stated:

Green New Deal Group Welcomes Budget Boost
Members of the Northern Ireland Green New Deal Group have welcomed Finance Minister Sammy Wilson’s commitment of £4 million each year over the next four years, to a retrofit scheme for thousands of homes across Northern Ireland.

December 2010

University Professorship for Head of SDC NI
Head of the SDC in Northern Ireland, Jim Kitchen, has been appointed a Visiting Professor at the University of Ulster. He will take up a post in the Faculty of Art, Design and the Built Environment.

Sustainable Communities - Making Global Local
We would like to draw your attention to an international conference which will discuss and plan for the future impact of climate change on our communities.

NICCIP Climate Week
The Northern Ireland Climate Change Impacts Partnership (NICCIP) would like to inform you of ‘Climate Week’ on the 21st – 27th of March 2011.

Scottish Government is failing to future-proof the economy
Nearing the end of the parliamentary term the Sustainable Development Commission Scotland delivers a stark warning that the Government is putting Scotland’s long term prosperity at serious risk by failing to make the hard choices for a sustainable economy. The Commission welcomes the good work on renewables but warns that it has failed to signal the move away from dependence on oil and gas which is crucial to future-proof Scotland’s economy.

Minister sets out plans for new sustainable development body
The Environment Minister, Jane Davidson, has set out plans for a new body, headed by a new ‘Sustainable…

Gweinidog yn nodi cynlluniau ar gyfer corff datblygu cynaliadwy newydd
Mae'r Gweinidog dros yr Amgylchedd, Jane Davidson, wedi nodi cynlluniau ar gyfer corff newydd, o dan…

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