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On 27 June 2013, the Scottish Government published Low Carbon Scotland: Meeting our Emissions Reduction Targets 2013-2027 - The Second Report on Proposals and Policies (RPP2) . This document is the second report on proposals and policies (RPP2) for meeting Scotland’s annual greenhouse gas emissions targets that the Scottish Ministers must lay before the Scottish Parliament in accordance with the requirements in section 35 of the Climate Change (Scotland) Act 2009.
On 4 October 2013, the Scottish Government published the Low Carbon Behaviours - Key Data for Scotland report, which provides trend data, where available, for the Scottish Government's 10 Key Climate Change behaviour areas.
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Climate change is one of the most serious threats facing the world.
The Scottish Government recognises climate change will have far reaching effects on Scotland's economy, its people and its environment and is determined to play its part in rising to this challenge.
The world-leading Climate Change (Scotland) Act was passed unanimously by the Scottish Parliament in 2009.
On 27 June 2013, the Scottish Government published Low Carbon Scotland: Meeting our Emissions Reduction Targets 2013-2027 - The Second Report on Proposals and Policies (RPP2) .
The Scottish Greenhouse Gas Emissions Annual Target Report 2011 was published on 27 June, 2013.
EU Member State Greenhouse Gas Emissions Comparison
This budget funding summary details the principal lines within the Scottish Government’s draft budget 2014-15 and spending plans for 2015-16 which support the delivery of measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Climate Justice Fund
The first round of the Climate Justice Fund was launched in 2012. The Scottish Government is providing £3 million for the fund (£1 million per year for the next three years). This will support water projects in Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania and Zambia – increasing communities’ resilience to the impacts of climate change. Details are available at Climate Justice Fund.
The way we use energy is also an important aspect of tackling climate change.
What is the cause, how will it affect Scotland, what can you do?
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Details following launch of Climate Justice Fund by First Minister on 31 May 2012.
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Page updated: Tuesday, October 15, 2013