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Keep up to date with CCC publications and events

28 June 2018

CCC report: 2018 Progress Report to Parliament

In June we will publish our annual Report to Parliament detailing how the UK is progressing towards its legally binding emissions reduction targets. Read our 2017 Progress Report.

1 July 2018 — 30 September 2018

ASC report: UK coasts and climate change

This report, from the CCC’s Adaptation Sub-Committee, assesses the key climate-change related challenges facing the UK’s coasts.

5 July 2018

Conference: The future of the UK gas network: infrastructure, new technologies and energy security

Our Acting Head of Carbon Budgets, David Joffe, will be speaking at this London-based conference that brings together policymakers with key stakeholders to consider the future of UK gas infrastructure.

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1 September 2018 — 28 September 2018

CCC report: Reducing emissions in Scotland – 2018 Progress Report to Parliament

In September the  CCC will publish its annual Progress Report to the Scottish Parliament outlining how Scotland is progressing against its climate change targets.

1 October 2018 — 30 November 2018

CCC report: Bioenergy Review

In the autumn of 2018 we will publish a new report on bioenergy. This will provide an analysis of the latest evidence, and build on the Bioenergy Review we published in 2011.

1 October 2018 — 30 November 2018

CCC/ASC Report: The future of land use in the UK – impacts on climate change mitigation and adaptation

The Committee on Climate Change and its Adaptation Sub-Committee will publish a joint report on how the future use and management of non-developed land in the UK could change in order to deliver deeper reductions in greenhouse gas emissions and increased carbon sequestration to 2050 and beyond, whilst maintaining its resilience to climate change.

1 November 2018 — 31 December 2018

CCC report: Hydrogen Review

The Committee will publish a review of the importance of hydrogen in meeting the UK’s long-term carbon targets. This will consider hydrogen use across all sectors including the heating of buildings, in transport and in industry.