A very happy new year from the CCC. In 2018 we celebrated the tenth anniversary of the Climate Change Act, which established the Committee on Climate Change. As we enter our second decade, we’re in rude health. 2019 promises some of the most important work we’ve ever produced.
This report summarises the responses received to a Call for Evidence the Committee on Climate Change ran in late 2017 and early 2018 to inform its 'Biomass in a low-carbon economy' report.
This report by JBA Consulting was produced to support the Committee on Climate Change’s (CCC) 2018 report on Biomass in a low-carbon economy report.
This technical annex, by Dr Jeanette Whitaker, was produced to support the Committee on Climate Change's 2018 report on the role of biomass in a low-carbon economy.
This report, by Professor Patricia Thornley, Director of the European Bioenergy Institute at Aston University, is the Chair's summary produced on behalf of the advisory board convened for the Committee on Climate Change's (CCC) Biomass in a low-carbon economy report.
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) welcomes news that the Government plans to develop the UK’s first facility to capture, store and use carbon by the mid-2020s.
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) is marking ten years of the Climate Change Act. The Act, which also established the CCC, received royal assent on 26 November 2008.
This report by the Committee on Climate Change assesses the role of land use change in meeting climate change mitigation and adaptation objectives.
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has today launched a new Call for Evidence to support is forthcoming advice to the UK Government and the Devolved Administrations on long-term targets for greenhouse gas emissions and the UK’s transition to a net zero-carbon economy.
The Committee on Climate Change and the China Expert Panel on Climate Change have published a joint report on Climate Risk Indicators. The two-year project aimed to develop a set of indicators for a new climate change risk assessment system as a proof of concept. Dr Andy Russell explains.