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31 Mar 2010 04:03:05

Government departments take on climate change

Every government department is committed to managing the emissions associated with its own estate and operations. the Government published "Climate Change: Taking Action – delivering the Low Carbon Transition Plan" which sets out further details on departmental carbon budgets, the process by which we will monitor progress and information about an appropriate management framework to drive delivery. The document also details the actions being taken by departments to adapt to the most pressing climate change impacts. A number if the indicators include renewable elements. Eighteen government departments have produced a Carbon Reduction Delivery Plan (CRDP).

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