Calls for Evidence

The Committee on Climate Change regularly issues calls for evidence to gather the views of a wide range of experts when developing its advice.

Open calls for evidence

The Sixth Carbon Budget and Welsh emissions targets

  • The Committee has launched a new Call for Evidence to inform its advice to the UK Government on the Sixth Carbon Budget, due to be published in September 2020. In addition, the Committee is seeking input on Wales’ third carbon budget and interim emissions targets. This Call for Evidence will contribute to the advice published. This Call for Evidence has now closed (5th February 2020). Read more about the Call for Evidence.

Previous calls for evidence

Responses to Building a zero carbon economy call for evidence

In October 2018, the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) updated its advice on the UK and Devolved Administrations’ long-term targets for greenhouse gas emissions. The CCC sought evidence to help with that task. Read the responses we received.

Responses to Biomass in a low-carbon economy call for evidence

In November 2018, the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) updated its advice on the role of biomass in the UK’s low-carbon economy. The CCC sought evidence to help with that task. Read the responses we received. 

Responses to Welsh Carbon Budgets and Targets call for evidence

In December 2017, the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) provided advice to the Welsh Government on setting Welsh carbon targets. The CCC sought evidence to help with that task. Read the responses we received. 

Responses to Scottish Climate Change Bill call for evidence

In March 2017, the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) provided advice to the Scottish Government on a new Climate Change Bill for Scotland. The CCC sought evidence to help with that task. Read the responses we received.

Responses to The Environment (Wales) Act call for evidence

In April 2017, the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) provided new advice to the Welsh Government on the design of Welsh carbon targets. The CCC sought evidence to help with that task. Read the responses we received.