Scottish emissions targets 2028-2032 – The high ambition pathway towards a low-carbon economy

The Climate Change Act (Scotland) 2009 requires Scottish Ministers to request advice from a “relevant body” when setting Scottish climate change targets. The relevant body at present is the Committee on Climate Change, and this report sets out the Committee’s recommended annual emissions targets for 2028-2032.

Scotland has made good progress in reducing its emissions to date. In 2013, emissions had fallen by 38% on 1990 levels and are on track to exceed the target of 42% by 2020 set out in the Climate Change (Scotland) Act. The Committee’s recommended emissions targets for 2028-2032 continue along that ambitious trajectory, putting Scotland on track for a reduction of at least 80% in 2050.

 

The full report can be accessed here: Scottish emissions targets 2028-2032

The Transport Technical Annex is here: Transport Technical Annex

Emissions Reductions in the High Ambition scenario
Figure 3.11 is here: Figure 3.11

 

Click the links below for related scenarios:

Agriculture and LULUCF

Aviation and shipping

Buildings CO2 heat

Domestic CO2 excl heat

Industry CO2 incl heat

Non-domestic CO2 excl heat

Power

Traded sector cap

Transport

Waste and F-gases