This is a report supporting Meeting Carbon Budgets – 2016 Progress Report to Parliament (June 2016).
The supporting research explores the options for commercialising Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in the UK.
This letter is from CCC Chairman Lord Deben to Angus MacNeil MP, Chair of the Energy and Climate Change (ECC) Select Committee providing further information about emissions from shipping and aviation.
A letter from Matthew Bell, Chief Executive of the Committee on Climate Change, in response to the Government’s consultation proposing changes to the collection of official statistics across the Defra group.
In response to a call for evidence, the Adaptation Sub-Committee (ASC) of the Committee on Climate Change made two written submissions to the National Flood Resilience Review (NFFR).
Lord Krebs, Chair of the Adaptation Sub-Committee (ASC), has written to Neil Parish MP, Chair of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Committee to provide written evidence to EFRA’s Winter floods 2015/16 inquiry.
A letter from Committee on Climate Change CEO Matthew Bell to Paul van Heyningen at the Department of Energy and Climate Change about the abolition of the CRC energy efficiency scheme.
This letter is in response to a request for advice on the next set of UK climate projections, called UKCP18, in particular on how well the projections will meet the needs of end users, including to inform the next UK Climate Change Risk Assessment report, due in 2022.
The Climate Change Act (Scotland) 2009 requires Scottish Ministers to request advice when setting Scottish climate change targets. This report sets out the Committee’s recommended annual emissions targets for Scotland for 2028-2032.
A letter from Lord Deben to the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change advising on the use of offset credits to meet the third carbon budget (2018-2022).
Lord Krebs, Chair of the Adaptation Sub-Committee, has written to the Secretary of State, Elizabeth Truss MP, to offer the Committee’s support for the Government’s proposed water abstraction reforms set out in January 2016.