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Reporting

Public Bodies Climate Change Duties

Public Bodies Climate Change Reporting

Scotland’s climate change legislation sets a target date for net zero emissions of all greenhouse gases by 2045. Public sector bodies play a key role in meeting this target and have statutory climate change duties under S44 of the Climate Change (Scotland) Act 2009 to: cut greenhouse gas emissions; prepare for the impacts of climate change; and act sustainably.

All public bodies listed in Schedule 1 of the ‘Climate Change (Duties of Public Bodies; Reporting Requirements) (Scotland) Order 2015’ as amended by the Climate Change (Duties of Public Bodies: Reporting Requirements) (Scotland) Amendment Order 2020, are required to report annually on compliance with climate change duties. Mandatory reporting began in 2015/16.

Reporting Resources

The latest reporting templates, guidance and other resources are available here.

Annual reports

SSN publishes an annual summary analysis report presenting key findings from public sector bodies’ annual reports. All public bodies' reports and previous summary analysis reports dating back to 2015/16 can be accessed below by searching alphabetically or by filtering according to sub-sector in the drop-down menu. Reports submitted voluntarily by organisations not currently subject to mandatory compliance reporting are also listed but are not included in the SSN Analysis Report.

Download the 2022/23 SSN Summary Analysis Report.

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