Committee on Climate Change

The Committee on Climate Change was established under the Climate Change Act 2008 as an independent advisory body to the UK Government and Devolved Administrations, to advise on emissions targets and report to Parliament on progress made in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and preparing for climate change.

7 Holbein Place
London
SW1W 8NR
UK
Website: www.theccc.org.uk/
Tel: 020 7591 6080

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Series details Title Year Status
Adapting to climate change in the UK - measuring progress: adaptation sub-committee progress report 2011 2011 Green
Climate change - is the UK preparing for flooding and water scarcity? Adaptation sub-committee progress report 2012 2012 Red
How local authorities can reduce emissions and manage climate risk 2012 Green
Managing climate risks to well-being and the economy 2014 Green
Managing the land in a changing climate 2013 Green
Meeting carbon budgets: closing the policy gap. 2017 report to Parliament 2017 Green
Progress in preparing for climate change - 2015 report to Parliament 2015 Green
Progress in preparing for climate change - 2017 report to Parliament 2017 Green
Reducing emissions and preparing for climate change: 2017 report to Parliament. Summary and recommendations 2017 Green
Reducing emissions and preparing for climate change: 2017 report to Parliament. Summary and recommendations 2017 Green
Reducing emissions in Scotland - 2015 progress report 2015 Red
Renewable energy review 2011 Green
Scottish emissions targets 2028-2032 - the high ambition pathway towards a low-carbon economy 2016 Green
BRN Infrastructure needs of a low-carbon economy prepared for climate change 2017 Green

 

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