Archive for 'CCC'
The Committee on Climate Change's recent report on the UK’s carbon footprint identifies a growing need to cut imported emissions as well as those produced in the UK, arguing that a global deal could reduce the UK footprint by 70%.
Climate change round-up: CCC chair, uncertainty, international action, Indian attitudes, governance… »
The SDRN highlights recent news and publications on climate change: new chair for CCC; uncertainty in climate science, Australian perspective on international action; Indian attitudes; governance; emissions scenario analysis.
The Committee on Climate Change highlights the vital role local government must play if the UK is to meet its targets on cutting carbon emissions, in new guidance to support local authorities in reducing emissions and managing climate risks.
The UK Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA) builds on the 2009 UK Climate Projections to develop our understanding of climate risk and provide analysis of the implications of climate change across the economy and society.
The Sustainable Scotland Network reports on the Committee on Climate Change's answer to a request from the Scottish Government for advice on emission targets and the use of carbon credits to meet them.
Energy and Climate Change Secretary Chris Huhne announced proposals for a legal target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in 2023 to 2027 by 50% over 1990 levels, in line with advice from the Committee on Climate Change.