This is the Committee's third report on Scotland’s progress towards meeting emission reduction targets, as requested by Scottish Ministers under the Climate Change (Scotland) Act 2009. The report finds that emissions in Scotland fell by 9.9% in 2011.
Lord Krebs has written to DEFRA minister, Dan Rogerson on behalf of the Adaptation Sub-Committee (ASC) on the proposed reforms to the water abstraction regime.
This letter sets out advice from the Adaptation Sub-Committee (ASC) on the preparation of the 20-year plan for the Somerset Levels and Moors following the recent episodes of flooding.
This letter offers the new Cabinet Committee on Flooding the help and support of the Adaptation Sub-Committee (ASC) of the Committee on Climate Change.
Letter: CCC response to OLEV call for evidence on measures to support uptake of ultra low emission vehiclesLetters
This letter calls for a package of support measures to address both the higher upfront costs of ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs) and non-financial barriers perceived by consumers.
This is the technical appendix to The Fourth Carbon Budget Review - part 1. It provides scientific updates to the global climate modelling used since 2008. This modelling was used to guide the Committee of Climate Change's advice on the UK's 2050 target and first three carbon budgets.
This is the second document of a two-part review of the Fourth Carbon Budget, which covers 2023 to 2027. The Fourth Carbon Budget, agreed by the Government in June 2011, was scheduled to be reviewed in 2014. The first part of the review is available here: The Fourth Carbon Budget Review - part 1: assessment of climate risk and the international response (November 2013).
This letter sets out advice on how to design Flood Re (flood insurance proposals) to encourage reduction of flood risk, which builds on the proposals recently announced by Defra together with evidence from public sources and previous Committee reports.
This is the first document of a two-part review of the Fourth Carbon Budget, which covers 2023 to 2027. The Fourth Carbon Budget, agreed by the Government in June 2011, was scheduled to be reviewed in 2014. The second part of the review is available here: The Fourth Carbon Budget Review - part 2: the cost effective path to the 2050 target (December 2013).