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    Is the Government's Nationally Determined Contribution up to scratch?

    The Goverment will soon be announcing it's long awaited Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) 2030 target ahead of COP26 in 2021. But will the NDC position the UK as a climate leader? 

    The Committee on Climate Change have recommended a 2030 decarbonisation target of at least 68% against 1990 levels and the Government are widely expected to adhere to this advice. This would be world leading as things stand. But does it go far enough? And beyond the headline target, what else should the NDC include? 

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    Build Back Better - If not now, when?

    With the first Covid wave behind us, more attention is being paid to the type of society we want to rebuild. Many have rallied around the demand to ‘Build Back Better’ – in part as a response to the need for rapid climate action.

    In this blog, Jake Ainscough discusses Government action to date on climate priorities, and what we might expect from the coming months. 

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    New core sponsorship agreement with PwC

    Policy Connect is excited to announce a new 15-month core sponsorship agreement with PwC to support the work of the All-Party Parliamentary Climate Change Group (APPCCG). Since 2018 PwC have provided guidance to the APPCCG through membership of the Advisory Board. This new agreement provides additional support in this crucial year ahead of the COP26 climate conference.

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The APPCCG is the leading forum informing the climate change discussion between parliamentarians, business leaders, NGOs and academics.  

We are a coalition of leading businesses, parliamentarians and organisations informing better policy-making in government. The APPCCG aims to put climate change mitigation and adaptation and at the core of policy making and political activity in Parliament.

The APPCCG aims to encourage effective policymaking in Westminster through a number of key events, roundtable discussions and fundamental research activity.