This report sets out analysis on what UK shipping emissions out to 2050 could be, recommendations on how emissions might be apportioned to the UK, and on whether the UK might include shipping emissions in carbon budgets and the 2050 climate change target.
This report assesses the appropriateness of a legally-binding emission reduction targets for Northern Ireland. It considers the current emissions profile in Northern Ireland and recent trends, the existing legislative and policy framework and opportunities and challenges in reducing emissions. It concludes that legislation could be helpful in driving the emissions reductions in Northern Ireland.
This report focuses on assessing the Welsh emission targets and strategy, latest data on emissions and drivers, and policies to drive future emissions reductions. It also makes an initial assessment of progress on measures to prepare for climate change within the adaptation part of the strategy.
This letter sets out the ASC’s advice on draft National Planning Policy Framework, and encourages consideration of how the planning systems can enable decisions makers to weight up the long term costs of climate change against the social and economic benefits from development that are more immediately realised.
This report was commissioned from Cambridge Econometrics by the Committee on Climate Change. It provides supporting research for the CCC’s report: Meeting Carbon Budgets – 3rd Progress Report to Parliament.
This letter sets out the ASC’s advice on the Climate Change Risk Assessment Synthesis Report in advance of its publication, recommending greater focus on transparently comparing risks; characterising uncertainties and current vulnerability.
Letter: CCC response to request for further information on Scottish targets for 2023-2027 – 1 August 2011Letter
Our assessment against the criteria in the Act suggests that the costs, and fiscal and competitiveness impacts associated with the recommended targets are manageable. The same is true of impacts for rural communities and wider environmental impacts, while fuel poverty is an important issue which should be addressed through a combination of energy efficiency improvement and targeted support to low income households.
This is a report supporting Adapting to climate change in the UK – Measuring progress Adaptation Sub-Committee progress report (July 2011). It seeks to understand the effect of the town and country planning system on UK vulnerability to different climate risks.
Adapting to climate change in the UK – Measuring progress (Adaptation Sub-Committee progress report 2011)Report
This is the ASC’s second assessment of how well the UK is prepared to deal with climate change impacts and risks. It sets out a range of indicators against which the UK’s progress will be measured, and focuses on three priority areas of land-use planning, managing water resources, and the design and renovation of buildings as adaptation measures.