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The United Kingdom’s Most Significant Climate Policies of 2023
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The United Kingdom’s Most Significant Climate Policies of 2023

3rd National Adaptation Programme (NAP3)   The most significant climate policy in the United Kingdom in 2023 is the third National Adaptation Programme (NAP3), outlining the government’s objectives for adapting to climate change over the next five years. This programme is a continuation of the UK’s evolving climate change policy, aiming to address the impacts...

UK: Model Community Climate Mitigation Programs
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UK: Model Community Climate Mitigation Programs

Guildford   In the UK, community-led initiatives focused on town-level climate mitigation are becoming increasingly prominent, aligning with the pursuit of net-zero targets. A noteworthy example is Zero Carbon Guildford, aiming to guide Guildford, a town in west Surrey with around 150,000 residents, towards carbon neutrality by 2030 through a people-centred climate action plan.Origins of...

UK: COP 28 Recommendations for Strengthening Country Climate Ambition
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UK: COP 28 Recommendations for Strengthening Country Climate Ambition

Dear ​​Rt Hon Thérèse Coffey MP, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, therese.coffey.mp@parliament.uk,   My name is Leo Owen. I am the Country Manager for the United Kingdom for Climate Scorecard, a non-profit organization that monitors the climate policies and programs of leading greenhouse gas-emitting countries.Based on a review of UK policies,...

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