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Wales Programmes

Sharp End November 1st

As the Climate Change Conference, COP 26, gets underway in Glasgow, Rob Osborne has been finding out what people in Wales think politicians need to achieve to save the planet.

After Wales pledged to become net zero by 2050, Rob's also been speaking to the Deputy Climate Change Minister, Lee Waters on what the country needs to do to achieve those targets.

Steelmaking is at the heart of Port Talbot with over 4,000 people employed by the industry in the town. But the whole process of making steel generates huge amounts of carbon dioxide and is therefore bad for the environment. ITV Wales' Work and Economy Correspondent Carole Green has been finding out if steel production can go green and if it has a future in the town.

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Wales Programmes