The UK’s independent adviser on tackling climate change
The Climate Change Committee (CCC) is an independent, statutory body established under the Climate Change Act 2008.
Our purpose is to advise the UK and devolved governments on emissions targets and to report to Parliament on progress made in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and preparing for and adapting to the impacts of climate change.
In fulfilling this role our focus is to:
- 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
The Government and national authorities may also request specific advice from the Committee on an ad-hoc basis.
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This latest report – Progress in reducing emissions provides a comprehensive overview of the UK Government’s progress to date on reducing emissions. Together, the assessment offers more than 300 policy recommendations covering every part of Government and is supported by a new monitoring framework.
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The Sixth Carbon Budget advice report, required under the Climate Change Act, provides ministers with advice on the volume of greenhouse gases the UK can emit during the period 2033-2037. It sets the pathway to Net Zero and is based on an extensive programme of analysis, consultation and consideration by the Committee and its staff, building on the evidence published last year for our Net Zero advice.
A lack of leadership is preventing essential investment to prepare the UK for climate change