The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) today published its Annual Report & Accounts for 2009-10. These were formally laid before Parliament this morning, and were given an unqualified opinion by the National Audit Office.
Included in the report is a new sustainability strategy for the organisation, and results from monitoring of emissions over the past year.
Chief Executive of the Committee on Climate Change, David Kennedy said:
“We have produced a number of significant reports this year and I am pleased to see the positive reaction we are getting to these from Government, businesses and individuals that are interested in tackling climate change.
On the corporate side, we have made the transition from a start-up to a more business-as-usual mode of operation. I am delighted that we received fully unqualified accounts and have put in place a credible monitoring framework and sustainability strategy, in order to help us to reduce our business emissions”.