The Chief Executive of Ofwat, Cathryn Ross, has written to the Committee on Climate Change. The letter comes in response to the Adaptation Sub-Committee's (ASC) 2015 progress report to Parliament. The ASC's report included a number of recommendations directed at Ofwat.
A letter from the Committee on Climate Change to the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change setting out how the outcome of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP21) affects the CCC's advice on the recommended level of the UK's fifth carbon budget.
Lord Krebs of the Adaptation Sub-Committee (ASC) has written to Huw Irranca-Davies MP, Chair of the Commons' Environmental Audit Committee, to provide written evidence to the EAC's inquiry into soil health.
The Adaptation Sub Committee of the Committee on Climate Change (ASC) welcomes the announcement of two Government initiatives to review flood risk and response following recent flooding in parts of Northern England and Scotland in two letters to Oliver Letwin MP and Rory Stewart MP.
This is a written statement from the Committee on Climate Change in response to a call for evidence from the built environment select committee of the House of Lords.
A letter from Lord Deben to The Rt. Hon. Amber Rudd MP on clarifying the direction for low-carbon policy.
A letter from Daniel Johns, Head of Adaptation at the Committee on Climate Change, setting out the Adaptation Sub-Committee's response to a consultation about Ofwat's role in water sector resilience.
To: National Assembly for Wales Environment and Sustainability Committee A letter from Matthew Bell, Chief Executive of the Committee on Climate change, providing initial observations on the use of carbon budgets within the Environment (Wales) Bill (2015).
A letter from Edward Davey MP, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change seeking advice from the CCC on how to deal with a 'loophole' in in the carbon budgets system whilst maintaining the integrity of the UK's approach to tackling climate change.
A letter from Lord Deben, Chairman of the Committee on Climate Change, setting out the case for not weakening the Display Energy Certificate regime for public buildings.