Organisation

Committee on Climate Change

Description

The Committee on Climate Change (the CCC) is an independent, statutory body established under the Climate Change Act 2008.

The purpose is to advise the UK Government and Devolved Administrations on emissions targets and report to Parliament on progress made in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and preparing for climate change.

Strategic priorities:

Provide independent advice on setting and meeting carbon budgets and preparing for climate change

Monitor progress in reducing emissions and achieving carbon budgets and targets

Conduct independent analysis into climate change science, economics and policy

Engage with a wide range of organisations and individuals to share evidence and analysis

At the time of publication, the team writing the 2018 Progress Report to Parliament was led by Chris Stark, Adrian Gault, and David Joffe and included: Sasha Abraham, Tom Andrew, Owen Bellamy, Ellie Davies, Aaron Goater, Rachel Hay, Mike Hemsley, Jenny Hill, Ewa Kmietowicz, Sarah Livermore, Richard Millar, Alexandra Scudo, Indra Thillainathan, Mike Thompson, and Nathan Wyatt. Other members of the Secretariat who contributed to this report: Jo Barrett, Yogini Patel, Joanna Ptak, Penny Seera, Sean Taylor, and Steve Westlake.

Items authored

Report

1 Jun 2018

This is the Committee on Climate Change’s (CCC) tenth statutory Progress Report to Parliament – an important moment to reflect on the UK's achievements in tackling climate change to date. 2018 also marks the tenth year since the Climate Change Act came into force and,...

Items published

Report

1 Jun 2018

This is the Committee on Climate Change’s (CCC) tenth statutory Progress Report to Parliament – an important moment to reflect on the UK's achievements in tackling climate change to date. 2018 also marks the tenth year since the Climate Change Act came into force and,...

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