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Draft Climate Change Plan - the draft Third Report on Policies and Proposals 2017-2032

DescriptionThis document is a draft of the Climate Change Plan, the third report on proposals and policies (RPP3) 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.
ISBN9781786527431
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateJanuary 19, 2017

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ISBN 978 1 78652 743 1 (web only publication)
PPDAS 86589

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Errata

An errata was issued on 02.2017. Some editorial changes to structure and grammar have been made on pages: 71, 119, 148, 149 and 150. Some minor corrections have been made on pages: 86, 89, 116, 149 and 150.

The pdf and html have both been updated within the document to reflect these changes.

Contents

Ministerial foreword

Part one

1. The draft Climate Change Plan explained
1.1 How to use this document
1.2 How we got here
1.3 The Climate Change Plan and the Energy Strategy

2. Scotland - climate friendly, climate ready, climate just
2.1 Low carbon Scotland is a better Scotland
2.2 Our pathway to 2032
2.3 Scotland's climate is changing
2.4 Scotland - our role as a global citizen

3. A collaborative approach
3.1 Cross-government approach
3.2 Community action - the Climate Challenge Fund
3.3 The role of the private sector
3.4 The role of the third sector

4. Statutory duties and methodologies
4.1 Setting the targets
4.2 Accounting for emissions
4.3 The TIMES model
4.4 Our approach to addressing costs, benefits and wider impacts

5. Achieving transformational change
5.1 The role of behaviours in achieving transformational change
5.2 The planning system

6. Monitoring and evaluation

Part two

7. Electricity
7.1 Where we are now
7.2 Our ambition
7.3 Policy outcomes, policies, development milestones and proposals
7.4 Wider impacts
7.5 Summary of policies, development milestones and proposals
7.6 Progress since RPP2

8. Residential
8.1 Where we are now
8.2 Our ambition
8.3 Policy outcomes, policies, development milestones and proposals
8.4 Wider impacts
8.5 Summary of policies, development milestones and proposals
8.6 Progress since RPP2

9. Transport
9.1 Where we are now
9.2 Our ambition
9.3 Policy outcomes, policies, development milestones and proposals
9.4 Wider impacts
9.5 Summary of policies, development milestones and proposals
9.6 Progress since RPP2

10. Services
10.1 Where we are now
10.2 Our ambition
10.3 Policy outcomes, policies, development milestones and proposals
10.4 Wider impacts
10.5 Summary of policies, development milestones and proposals
10.6 Progress since RPP2

11. Industry
11.1 Where we are now
11.2 Our ambition
11.3 Policy outcomes, policies, development milestones and proposals
11.4 Wider impacts
11.5 Summary of policies, development milestones and proposals
11.6 Progress since RPP2

12. Waste
12.1 Where we are now
12.2 Our ambition
12.3 Policy outcomes, policies, development milestones and proposals
12.4 Wider impacts
12.5 Summary of policies, development milestones and proposals
12.6 Progress since RPP2

13. Land Use (LULUCF)
13.1 Where we are now
13.2 Our ambition
13.3 Forestry
13.4 Peat

14. Agriculture
14.1 Where we are now
14.2 Our ambition
14.3 Policy outcomes, policies, development milestones and proposals
14.4 Wider impacts
14.5 Summary of policies, development milestones and proposals
14.6 Progress since RPP2

15. Annexes

15.1 Annex A: The TIMES model

15.2 Annex B: ISM

15.3 Annex C: Climate Conversations

15.4 Annex D: Developing the Climate Change Plan - stakeholder engagement

15.5 Annex E: Wider impacts