The CCC will be publishing three crucial reports in June - the Independent Assessment of UK Climate Risk and joint Progress Report to Parliament
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** Coming up from the Climate Change Committee
Later this month we will be publishing three important reports and we'd like to invite you to our launch events. Please do sign up through the links below.
16 June 2021 – Independent Assessment of UK Climate Risk (CCRA3)
On 16 June we will publish our latest assessment of the risks and opportunities for the UK from climate change, as required by the Climate Change Act. The result of more than three years of work, with input from over 450 experts from 130 organisations, this report provides a comprehensive independent overview of the impacts of climate change in the UK. It will inform the UK Government’s own assessment and adaptation action plans.
Please join us for the launch webinar at 10:00-12:00 on Wednesday 16 June.
* Q&A chaired by journalist and broadcaster, Ritula Shah, lead presenter of The World Tonight on BBC Radio 4
* Hear contributions from special guests and an overview of our advice to Government
Register to attend the Independent Assessment of UK Climate Risk 2021 launch ([link removed])
24 June 2021 – Joint Progress Report to Parliament 2021
On 24 June we publish both our annual report on progress in reducing emissions and our biennial report on progress in preparing for the impacts of climate change. Taken together, these reports provide our authoritative, independent assessment of UK climate action to date.
Please join us for the launch webinar at 10:00-11:30 on Thursday 24 June.
* Q&A chaired by Tim Harford, senior columnist at the Financial Times, and presenter of Radio 4’s “More or Less”
* Hear from CCC Chairman Lord Deben, Adaptation Committee Chair Baroness Brown, CCC Chief Executive Chris Stark and other leading voices about progress being made and the vital next steps on the path to a Net Zero, climate resilient UK
Register to attend the Progress Report launch webinar ([link removed])
We hope you're able to join us for the launch of these crucial reports ahead of the COP26 summit.