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Inquiry concluded: Report published, Government Response received
In its recent report, the Committee followed up its 2011 report on carbon budgets. The inquiry will examine whether the emissions reduction targets in the Climate Change Act (which underpin the UK carbon budgets) are still valid as an appropriate UK contribution to avoiding dangerous global climate change, the operation and management of the carbon budgets within government and what the Government’s response should be for its overall carbon budgets in the light of the Committee on Climate Change’s (June 2013) assessment of UK emissions reduction performance.
Environmental Audit Committee to publish the Government Response to its Report on Carbon Budgets on 13 December
Environmental Audit Committee publishes report on Progress on Carbon Budgets
The Environmental Audit Committee will question the Rt Hon Greg Barker MP at 2.25pm on Wednesday 10 July
EAC to hold third evidence session on the Progress on Carbon Budgets inquiry on Wednesday 3 July
Environmental Audit Committee takes evidence on its Progress on Carbon Budgets inquiry
The Environmental Audit Committee is today launching a new inquiry regarding progress on carbon budgets
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Select Committees carry out inquiries on areas ranging from the work of government departments to economic affairs. The results of these inquiries are public and many require a response from the government.