Transparency

As a publicly-funded organisation the CCC is fully committed to openness and transparency. Key information is available below.

Register of Interests 

Register of interests 2019-20

Register of interests 2018-19

Register of interest 2017-18

Register of interests 2016-17

Register of interests 2015-16

Register of interests 2014-15

Register of interests 2013-14

Managing Conflicts of Interest Policy

CCC conflicts of interest policy

Gifts and Hospitality Register

CCC hospitality register (2018-2019)

CCC hospitality register (2017-2018)

CCC hospitality register (2016-2017)

CCC hospitality register (2014-2015)

CCC hospitality register (2012-2013)

CCC hospitality register (2014)

Spend Data

The CCC publishes details of all spending over £25,000 and spend with a value of more than £500 procured using an electronic purchasing card solution (ePCS).

Expenditure disclosure 2020-21

Expenditure disclosure 2018-19

Expenditure disclosure 2017-18

Quality Assurance

High quality analytical work is essential to the effectiveness of the CCC and as part of this we embed quality assurance processes into our analytical work. You can read our guidance on QA procedures at this link: CCC – Quality Assurance of Evidence and Analysis.

Linked to this, a list of business critical models used by the CCC is available here.

Standard Terms and Conditions of Contract for Services

CCC Standard Terms and Conditions of Contract for Services

Fair Processing Notice

We have changed the way we process your personal data relating to financial transactions when we interact with you. Our services provider Shared Services Connected Limited (SSCL) may process some of this data offshore. For more information see: Personal data processing: fair processing notice.

Whistleblowing Policy

Find out about our whistleblowing policy

Biomass in a low-carbon economy (2018)

The Committee published a Bioenergy Review in 2011, providing an assessment of the potential role of bioenergy in meeting the UK’s carbon targets. In 2018, we updated that work: Biomass in a low-carbon economy Committee Member Rebecca Heaton decided to stand back from the review in autumn 2017. Committee champions, Baroness Brown, Deputy Chair, and Corinne Le Quéré, Committee member, oversaw the work.